“Every day, FCL provides food and household products at co-op sites in more than 580 municipalities across Western Canada. This agreement is a truly important and practical step that is needed for Co-op to continue to serve communities,” said Tom Kishchuk, Vice President of Operational Support at FCL. Employees receive a 6% salary increase over four years, with reimbursement for work completed up to April 1, 2018 being retroactive. The new agreement also provides benefit enhancements for all existing and future employees. The new agreement employs more than 330 people in the two distribution centers. The FCL and its union have been negotiating since the last collective agreement expired on March 31, 2018. On Monday, Federated Co-operatives Limited (FCL) entered into a new four-year agreement with employees at two Calgary distribution centres. .