Investing with CWCF

The Canadian Worker Co-operative Federation (CWCF) was started by a group of Canadian-based worker co-operatives in 1991, with the aim of developing and expanding businesses organized according to co-op principles and the principles of worker ownership and control, and to promote the ideals of democracy in the work place.

When investing through CWCF for the first time, you will open a self-directed RRSP or TFSA account. Co-op securities are the only type of investments that can be held in your CWCF account, and they do not hold RESP or RRIF options.

Depending on whether you already have an account with CWCF or not, the paperwork is slightly different. Select one of the following options to access detailed instructions on how to invest through CWCF, as well as the necessary forms. Updated forms will be uploaded shortly.

We invite you to schedule a in-person or phone meeting should you have any questions, or if you would like some assistance to complete the required forms.

If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.