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Non-Financial Co-operatives

RankCompany (Year-End)Revenue ($000)% Change Revenue
1Federated Co-operatives(Oc11)8,292,75216
2La Coop Federee de Quebec(Oc11)4,556,51615
3Agropur Cooperative(Oc11)3,650,8389
4United Farmers of Alta. Co-op.(De11)2,111,63321
5Calgary Co-operative Assoc.(Oc11)1,152,3788
6Gay Lea Foods Co-operative(Oc11)491,28711
7Red River Cooperative(Oc10)450,41515
8Saskatoon Co-op Assoc.(Ja12)314,48411
9Hensall District Co-op(Jl10)333,7398
10Exceldor Cooperative Avicole(Ja12)420,4747

 

Financial Co-operatives

RankCompany (Year End)Revenue ($000)% Change Revenue
1Desjardins Group(De11)13,170,0008
2Co-operators Group(De11)3,567,9634
3Co-operators Life Insurance(De11)1,110,705-6
4Vancouver City Savings C.U.(De11)705,7805
5Caisse Centrale Desjardins(De11)652,40122
6Servus Credit Union(Oc11)527,6006
7Groupe Promutuel(De10)523,0002
8Coast Capital Savings C.U.(De11)490,1110
9Central 1 Credit Union(De11)427,425-1
10Meridian Credit Union(De11)338,58221

 

Notes: For ranking purposes, results of companies that report in foreign currencies have been converted to Canadian dollars and partial-year results have been annualized. Foreign currencies are converted at the average rate for the relevant period.

  1. Company reports in U.S. dollars.
  2. Company reports in U.K. pounds.
  3. Figures have been annualized in latest year.
  4. Figures have been annualized in previous year.
  5. Figures have been annualized in previous three through five years.

 

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