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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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The Consumers Council of Canada is waiting to hear from the Canadian Food Inspection Agency about a report by the Globe and Mail of flaws in Canada's food safety system. All we can say, is that the observable lack of urgency to respond to this report leads to the conclusion the Council cannot vouch for the food safety system at this time.

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Two members of Consumers Council of Canada honoured by Standards Council of Canada for representing consumers in standards development.

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A set of energy sector reforms proposed by the Ontario government necessitate a stronger role for consumer representation in energy policy development and price regulation.

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The Consumers Council of Canada welcomes the opportunity to be a representative of the interests of Canada’s consumers in their use of the Internet.

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