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Consumer affairs

Apr 18, 2019 ...Consumer affairs Solutions for everyday consumer topics like complaint resolution and consumer protection. Follow: Facebook Twitter YouTube Services and information Consumer complaints Knowing your rights, considerations and how to pursue a complaint against a business or service provider. Canadian Consumer Handbook Tips intended to help you become a better

Be a green consumer - Office of Consumer Affairs

Apr 25, 2019 ...Be a green consumer Consumers and the environment Information on what consumers can do to help the environment. Includes a number of government programs that assist consumers in making safe and eco-friendly choices. Tips for green living Information about reducing your carbon footprint. Responsible product disposal Advice on the environmentally safe

Consumers and the environment - Office of Consumer Affairs

Apr 25, 2019 ...Consumers and the environment What is sustainable consumption? Sustainable consumption is the use of goods and services required to meet basic needs and improve quality of life without placing at risk the needs of future generations. This includes the selection, purchase, use, maintenance, repair and disposal of any product or service. What is the Office

Consumer Product Safety

May 10, 2019 ...Consumer Product Safety On the Health Canada Web site, each navigation section (listed on the left-hand side of the screen) has its own Contact Us page. To find contact information for topics other than Consumer Product Safety, visit the Main Contact Us page. Consumer Products Contact the Consumer Product Safety Directorate and Regional Product Safety

For Consumers - Office of Consumer Affairs

Apr 5, 2019 ...For Consumers Spotlight Text scam alert A known text scam, claiming to be an e-transfer from the Office of Consumer Affairs (OCA), was reported. The OCA will never send you—or ask for—any sort of payment by telephone, email or text. If you receive a scam email or text message, do not reply or click—delete it. Report it to the Canadian Anti-Fraud Reporting

Consumer Product Safety

May 3, 2019 ...Consumer products and cosmetics Information on incident reporting, recalls and alerts, cosmetic information, product safety education and consumer product requirements. Services and information Report an unsafe product Report a consumer product or cosmetic that you feel is unsafe. Recalls and safety alerts Search the latest recalls and safety alerts

Financial Consumer Agency of Canada

May 2, 2019 ...Financial Consumer Agency of Canada The Financial Consumer Agency of Canada (FCAC) ensures federally regulated financial entities comply with consumer protection measures, promotes financial education and raises consumers’ awareness of their rights and responsibilities. Follow: Facebook Twitter YouTube LinkedIn Instagram Latest Retail banking sales culture

Consumer Trends Report - Chapter 7: Consumer Debt - Office of Consumer Affairs

Apr 1, 2019 ...PreviousFirstNext Consumer Trends Report - Chapter 7: Consumer Debt Chapter 7 — Consumer Debt Menu General Trends in Debt Trends in Consumer Bankruptcies Analyzing trends in debt is important for a number of reasons. Debt has a substantial impact on the balance sheet of households. Public opinion data suggest that many Canadians experience anxiety about

Consumer Trends Report – Chapter 3: Consumer Demographics - Office of Consumer Affairs

Apr 1, 2019 ...PreviousFirstNext Consumer Trends Report – Chapter 3: Consumer Demographics Menu The Changing Age Structure of Canada's Consumers Canada's Changing Households The Changing Ethnic Composition of Canadian Consumers Where We Live: The Geographic Distribution of Canadian Consumers The wants and needs of consumers are directly related to their socio-demographic

Consumer Trends Report – Chapter 6: Consumer Assets - Office of Consumer Affairs

Apr 1, 2019 ...PreviousFirstNext Consumer Trends Report – Chapter 6: Consumer Assets Chapter 6 — Consumer Assets Income is only a partial indicator of the ability of consumers to participate in the marketplace. For example, an elderly individual may have a relatively low income, but live quite comfortably in retirement by drawing on an accumulation of assets

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