April 13, 2022

Co-op offers lifetime membership benefits, including the promise of high-quality products and services at competitive prices. Everyone is welcome to shop at a Co-op location and everyone is invited to become a Co-op member.

Members are owners. They have the ability to participate in the democratic process at their local association’s annual meeting, which includes asking questions, proposing/voting on resolutions, becoming a board member and electing board members.

Our profits are your profits

As owners, members also receive a portion of any profits earned by their local co-operative association. Over the past five years, local associations across Western Canada have returned almost $1.4 billion to their members.

The amount members potentially receive is based on a percentage of their purchases throughout the year, which is distributed in in two ways: annual cash back or equity. Like a savings account, every member has an equity account that grows over time. Decisions and policies on profit-sharing are made locally and vary between co-operative associations.

Kindersley & District Co-op Membership

Simply by purchasing a lifetime membership at any of our Kindersley & District Co-op locations, you can become part owner of a continually growing and thriving community-minded business.

With seven retail locations in Kindersley, Eatonia and Hoosier, and seven cardlock locations in Kindersley, Brock, Coleville, Kerrobert, Eatonia, Marengo and Hoosier, the Kindersley & District Co-op offers a complete range of products and services to its urban and rural members. By becoming a member of the Co-op, they all belong to you. That means when you support them, you will benefit from them.

You can now create a business membership account or a customer membership account, perfect to help suit your needs.

Membership Cost: $5.00

Becoming a member is easy. You can:

Apply in person at one of our locations, or

Apply online! Simply click here to start the application process.

Kindersley & District Co-op celebrated 100 years in 2014.