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Aubrey LeBlanc, immediate past president of the Consumers Council of Canada, has been named as the first chairman of Ontario's new Condominium Management Regulatory Authority. The authority formally will take on its new responsibility to administer the Protecting Condominium Owners Act and its regulations on July 1, 2017. As such, the authority will be responsible for regulatory oversight of condominium management services.

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A board of directors and executive officers have been chosen to lead the Consumers Council of Canada in 2016-17. Don Mercer has returned to the board after a two-year hiatus from the role and has been named President. Three new board members were named.

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Class action lawsuits were filed on behalf of Borrowers who took loans from Cash Store or Instaloans in Ontario after September 1, 2011. Borrowers are now able to request settlement money. 

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