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to work together toward a common end

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work together on a common enterprise of project

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Canadian insurer The Co-operators has purchased the Saint JE[umlaut]rE[sup.3]me, Quebec-headquartered broker, Cadieux Beausejour Dupras Inc.
Primdahl is also the leader of Duuo, the digital insurance platform through which The Co-operators is launching on-demand pay-per-use insurance products.
Canadian insurance firm, The Co-operators, has announced plans for a new headquarters.
"Travel agencies are just mediators to deliver this amount to co-operators. In addition, these amounts were allocated without imposing taxes on them," Zayat explained.
The International Co-operative Day falls on 02nd of July this year and the proposal made Minister Bathiudeen to declare a Co-operative Week from 25th June 2016 to 01st July and to commemorate the Cooperative Day on 02 July at the Nelum Pokuna Theatre, Colombo with co-operators, was approved by the Cabinet of Ministers on 14 June.
But according to a study commissioned by Canadian insurer The Co-operators and conducted by researchers at the University of Waterloo, not all cities are ready.
She discusses Mazzini among Chartists and early co-operators 1837-48; Mazzini learning and living his mission 1849-51; Victorian Mazzinians and Italian democrats: defections and loyalties 1850-60; English republicans, liberal Italy, and the monarchical turn 1860-72; education, democracy, and international policy: the legacy of exile 1870-82; and co-operative tours as transnational education of citizens 1886-90.
Along with his co-operators Kastriot Haxhirexha, Abedin Zimberi, Fatmir Etemi and other activists, he attended Thursday BDI's convention while BDI leader Ali Ahmeti saluted this, adding that they under-stood BDI's mission on time.
Retiring to Wales in 1986 she established the Newport U3A, the Welsh Food Alliance, the Welsh Progressive Co-operators and the social co-operative movement in Wales.
Inaugural council members--all of them based in Canada--include Kathy Bardswick, president and CEO of The Co-operators Group: Lloyd Bryant, general manager of HP Canada; Kevin Dougherty, president of Sun Life Financial Canada; Darren Entwistle, president and CEO of TELUS Corp.; David Labistour, CEO of Mountain Equipment Co-op: and Tamara Vrooman, CEO of Vancity.
After years of bitter and costly feuding between co-operators at East Midtown Plaza, the state's highest court has upheld two lower courts decisions to prevent the Mitchell-Lama co-op complex from going private.
In 1954, Eileen, then aged 20, went to the International Co-operative Youth Rally in Switzerland and met other young "co-operators" from all over Europe, including France, Yugoslavia and Switzerland.
In the study, the scientists addressed the question how cooperative behaviour could evolve using a game called the prisoner's dilemma, which considers two types of players - co-operators who pay a cost to help others, and defectors who avoid paying the cost, while reaping benefits from the co-operators they interact with.
* Establish and maintain communication links among and between donors institutions, R&D co-operators and institutions and other stakeholders with respect to the project (technical progress, financial matters etc)