Forms & Documents

Become a member-owner for one-time investment of only $10.00. As a member of Mid Island Co-op, you will share in the profits of the organization.

Applications, Documents and Financials

Documents, Forms and Downloads
Various documents for members’ information are available here for download. If there is something of interest you would like to see here, please let us know.You will require Adobe Acrobat Reader to read pdf files – It is FREE. If you do not already have it, click here to download the latest version and follow the directions.

Please click on the links below for information

The Memorandum of Association and Rules

The Memorandum of Association and Rules of Mid Island Consumer Services Co-operative is a 43 page document created by the membership, outlining all rules as to how Mid Island Co-op operates:

Rules of the Mid Island Co-op 2018 Edition— pdf file

• Privacy Policy — pdf file

• Responsibilities of being a Member/Owner — pdf file

• Personal Information Protection Act – pdf file

Annual General Meeting Forms & Documents

2018 Board Director Nomination form Revised Feb 2018 – pdf file


Application Forms

• Mid Island Co-op Home Heating Application Form – pdf file

Any questions regarding the application process please call 250-729-8400 or e-mail

Non-Corporate (Personal) Credit Application — pdf file

Commercial Credit Application — pdf file

Coloured Fuel Certification  — pdf file

Change of Address – 2018— pdf file

Withdrawal of equities

A. If you move from the trading area, you may apply to have your equity repaid to the member the Co-op number belongs.
B. When you reach age 67, you may apply to withdrawal your equity.
C. In the event of a death, the equity will be paid in full to the estate.
D. Members with over 180 shares will have the excess shares paid out annually down to $1800 with earned patronage returns.
All applications for withdrawal of equities is based on the Association’s rules and at the discretion of the Board of Directors.

Applications for Sponsorship & Funding

Organizational Criteria:

To receive funding, a request must come from a registered charity or incorporated non-profit society hosting services, activities or events supporting arts and culture, community service, education, environmental sustainability, social justice, health wellness, sports recreation, and or/youth. Mid Island Co-op will not provide funding individuals or partisan political organizations.   Fraternal groups, grant making-foundations, for-profit entities, professional fundraising firms, and technical or professional organizations are not eligible for funding. The Co-op will consider applications for funding for amateur sport organizations, but will not fund individual players or teams.

Funding Frequency:

Organizations that receive funding in three consecutive years shall be ineligible for funding in the following year.  An organization receiving funds of $1,000 or more may not apply for funding again in the same year.  The Co-operative will not commit to multi-year funding agreements.

Funding Criteria:

Organizations seeking funding must complete an application outlining the organization’s compliance with the policy and outlining how the funds will be used.  An organization’s proposal must correspond with the following criteria:

– The activity, event or service must be offered within the Co-op’s trading area;
– The object or form of the event, service or activity must no involve partisan or religious purposes or promotion – religious organizations may receive funding provided the service.
– Event or activity is offered on a non-demonstrational basis;

Funding must not be dedicated toward:

– Conferences, training sessions, trade shows, meetings or retreats.
– Trips and tours, including those of sports teams.
– Private events for restricted membership.
– Research project surveys.
– Corporate fundraising programs.
– Endowments.
– The creation of marketing or promotional materials such as books , videos, brochures or websites.
– Debt servicing activities.

FAC applications are reviewed tri-annually with a April 30 th , August 31 st and December 31 st deadline at 12 noon.

Sponsorship & Community Funding Application – PDF

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