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November 17, 2021
We are excited to announce the return of our annual Customer Appreciation Days!
This year to provide proper social distancing, we have expanded the sale for an extra day.

Thursday, December 2nd – Friday, December 3rd – Saturday, December 4th
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November 17, 2021
Announcing the current nominees for the two open positions of the 2021/2022 Board of Directors.
Nominees will also be taken from the floor.
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November 09, 2021
Congratulations to the winner of our 2021 Halloween Staff Costume Contest, presented by our Social Committee…
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November 04, 2021
Sunderland Co-operative Inc. is currently seeking a General Labourer at our Grain Elevator, located in Oakwood, ON.
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November 04, 2021
Sunderland Co-op is currently seeking a Grain Originator to join our team. The Grain Originator will generate revenue by proactively originating grain from an existing customer base, along with acquiring new customers.
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November 04, 2021
On behalf of the Board of Directors and staff of Sunderland Co-operative Inc. we would like to invite you to our 71st Annual Meeting on November 22nd, 2021 at 1:00pm.

The meeting will be held virtually, on the zoom platform, for the purpose of receiving annual reports from management and the Board of Directors.
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November 03, 2021
Thank you to everyone who purchased fall mums, last month, as a part of our Social Committees’s fundraiser.

Pictured here is Shari West, accepting our donation to The Dragon Flies Breast Cancer Survivor Group from General Manager, Peter Stanbury.
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June 01, 2021
KEEP TREATED SEED OUT OF GRAIN DELIVERIES

Improper cleanout of equipment used to handle bulk seed can lead to the contamination of commercial grain and oilseed deliveries. Elevators must maintain a zero tolerance for treated seed contamination because of the demands of processors and export markets.
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April 01, 2021
The recent dramatic changes to the global economy have caused a drop in oil prices and gasoline demand. In turn this has reduced the demand for ethanol and has placed the corn market under pressure. Ontario has grown its export market in addition to the ethanol market over the past number of years.

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