UFA celebrates 100 years since incorporation
Apr 12, 2018

Video: UFA celebrates 100 years since incorporation

The United Farmers of Alberta celebrates 100 years since incorporation at Heritage Park in Calgary on Tuesday. The UFA was founded in 1909 but not incorporated until nine years later when farmers knew that in order to survive economically they needed to be able to pool resources together, to buy in bulk, and to be able to influence commodity prices.

 

 UFA celebrates 100 years since incorporation

UFA celebrates 100 years since incorporation

The United Farmers of Alberta celebrates 100 years since incorporation at Heritage Park in Calgary on Tuesday. The UFA was founded in 1909 but not incorporated until nine years later when farmers knew that in order to survive economically they needed to be able to pool resources together, to buy... More
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