The Consumers Council of Canada provides engagement with Canadians and Canadian residents in order to authoritatively represent Canadian consumers. To be an effective organization:
- The Council consults regularly with thoughtful consumers. Joining the Council’s Public Interest Network is free and one important way to have your views heard. Learn more and apply to join the PIN!
- Provides the Consumers Council of Canada News channel on Apple News™. Go to Consumers Council of Canada News channel on your Apple computer, iPhone™ or iPad™ and don’t forget to ‘favourite’ the channel.
- The Council communicates through social networking on Twitter, Facebook or LinkedIn. And the Council provides an RSS feed for use with the news reader of your choice on your computer, tablet or smartphone.
- The Council maintains an online content store, providing free and paid research and educational information of interest to consumer protection professionals and consumers. Voluntary or mandatory financial proceeds from the store help support the Council’s work. Go shopping!
- The Council seeks qualified, hardworking individuals to join the organization and volunteer to participate in its governance, operations and consumer policy making. Learn more about options to actively participate!
- The Council seeks small financial contributions by individuals to support its objectives. Make a financial contribution.
- The Council is assisted by the advisory input and financial support of organizations interested in a fair marketplace and cognizant of the rights and responsibilities of consumers. Non-governmental organizations, associations, other advocacy groups, businesses, government departments, regulatory bodies and delegated authorities all find the Consumers Council of Canada helps them serve their stakeholders better by improving understanding of the needs of consumers. Learn how to become a supporter.
- Public Policy Oriented Consumer Interest Researchers can connect with the Council and take steps to mobilize their knowledge by completing any one of eight easy action steps.