"I have been involved with many things that have given me the opportunity of applying what I’ve learned over the years, but to get this recognition is a thrill,” Chapman said in a phone interview with CTV.
Chapman’s work over the years has largely involved educating others on how to properly run a co-operative.
"Members of Co-ops are adults with experience, but with a real need to learn how to manage and how to direct these kinds of business organizations."
Chapman was a founding member of the Saskatoon Community Clinic and was instrumental in establishing Station 20 West in Saskatoon.
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