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Cooperative Community Project
Hi this is not a new idea however it a simple one. We build a community in Northern Saskatchewan that will run as an independent community and function without money. This may seem strange but ask yourself this. When you work hard everyday and still don’t get ahead in life. What do you do next, work more and more and ending in debt. I believe that this describes lots of people around the country and the world. Everyday hard working people are getting laid off while people in charge are making more money than they ever have before. So with this in mind We know you are not alone in all of this.
The community is simple, you go to work and come home. You don’t need to worry about having to pay bills, a mortgage or rent and about how you’re going to feed your family. It’s similar to the Hutterites but without religion or a dress code. You Do not need to be Men and Women of God to be part of our community. We are looking for like minded individuals who want a better life for themselves and their families. This is a team project we will work together every day to make sure this are sustainable in our community.
Even though we won’t have money in the community to make this run. We still need money to start with to buy the land and the tools to build our new homes and community structure. Membership is free. If you can donate to what we are doing in land supply’s money or more that would be great. I look forward in meeting you send us your info and we will see if you are up for the challenge.
The Trade Hut:
is owned and operated by members of the Cooperative Community Project
75% of all profit made goes to building our community.
Please also check out our pages:
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