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The Consumers Council of Canada has released a letter sent to first and finance ministers, in which it joins with FAIR Canada and CARP in expressing its concern about the potential for a compromise of investor and consumer protection inherent in some proposals for the cooperative capital markets regulator.

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Consumers Council of Canada members were involved providing consumer representation involving two recent high-profile national standards efforts just completed and with the potential to benefit consumers.

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Canadian consumers have high expectations for the quality of consumer representation in trade-related regulatory harmonization initiatives on agenda of Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and U.S. President Barack Obama.

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