Calgary, AB 31/5/2016-3/6/2016


In 2016 ACE blended its Institute with the Canadian Association for Studies in Co-operation (CASC) annual conference to create the CASC-ACE conference, held May 31 – June 3 at the University of Calgary.

Our joint conference was part of the larger Congress for the Humanities and Social Sciences, a convergence of approximately 70 scholarly associations that attracts academics, researchers, policy-makers, and practitioners.
trilingual sidebyside logos 2016Conference Materials

Program (with Mobile Learning Sessions) (who’s who will not be posted)

Awards Program

Presentation Materials


First Nations, Metis and Inuit Co-op Development and Education Plenary

Video of Panel discussion about Indigenous Co-op Development and Education in Canada

Marois, Juanita and Art Cunningham, Alberta Aboriginal Development Corporation

Hewitt, Myrna, Affinity Credit Union, Saskatchewan

Co-operative Impact on Indigenous and Rural Populations

Massie, Merle and Darcy Overland, The Co-operative Innovation Project: Co-operative Development in Rural and Aboriginal Western Canada

Cyr, Bernice and Judith Harris, Rural and Remote Social Services and the Co-op Option: Convergence with Traditional Values and Practice

Finlay, Isobel and Len Findlay, Co-operative Higher Education After the Truth and Reconciliation Commission: Energizing Post-colonial Communities

Public Policy Support of Co-operatives Plenary

Message from the Hon. Mauril Bélanger

Kemble, Rebecca, Madison City


Nelson, William J., Transitions in Cooperative Education: An Incomplete Agenda for the Future



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