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The consumer interest in trade and how it’s conducted, and whether the public interest is fully considered, will only get effective expression through consumer groups in the future, as a consequence of today’s decision in New Brunswick v. Comeau.

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Public Statements, Trade, Right-Representation  
  

As never before, Canadian consumers must vigilantly compare prices and know who and what’s behind the price offers made to them, because powerful artificial intelligence could be used to construct and control access to those offers.

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Research Announcements, Right-Basic Needs, Right-Information, Right-Choice, Right-Privacy  
  

Most Canadian consumers are unaware of a key feature of electronic payments services they commonly use that can protect them from losing their money if they don’t get what they ordered, it’s not what they ordered, or what they ordered doesn’t work.

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Research Announcements, Credit, Financial Services, Payments, Right-Redress  
  

Lawyer Paul Bates, Consumers Council of Canada member and former board member, joins Investor Advisory Panel of the Ontario Securities Commission.

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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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