The Consumers Council of Canada
is committed to good governance, excellence in research and listening to consumers. Its consultative, fact-based approach provides the foundation for its engagement of consumer issues through consumer representation.
The Council works to improve consumers’ ability to navigate marketplaces affecting everyday life.
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Council Annual Report of Activities highlights achievements, goals
Consumers Council of Canada had a busy 2016-17 and has plans for a more active year to come. This report – just out – provides a window into how consumers and stakeholders in consumer protection can get more involved.
Consumers want home energy efficiency programs to be problem free
Council releases research report focused on the risks and opportunities for consumers of home energy efficiency retrofits and renovations driven by government and utility incentives.
Join us in September to learn about and discuss the state of consumer rights in Canada
Consumers Council of Canada, Option consommateurs, Public Interest Advocacy Centre and Union des consommateurs are partners to host an exciting 2-day conference, September 19-20, 2017, in Ottawa, to discuss and analyze the state of the Canadian consumer. As well, the event will facilitate a discussion about the challenges of consumer advocacy in Canada.
Council efforts contribute to cellphone unlocking victory for Canadian consumers
The Consumers Council of Canada offered its views on improvements to the Wireless Services Code at hearings by the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission. The Commission listened and decided cellphone locking is so over in Canada!
Consumer Experiences with Rent-to-Own
Report finds rent-to-own transactions are an expensive way for consumers to acquire merchandise, with periodic payments typically totalling 2 to 3.5 times the price of the same goods at conventional retailers