Think Consumers - January 2022

Think Consumers - January 2022
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Inside this issue of Think Consumers:
  • Piecing together a federal consumer protection policy
  • International efforts to regulate ‘buy now, pay later’
  • Ontario audits spotlight lack of accountability
  • Quebec repeals stuffed goods protection
  • Ontario politicians propose one-stop shop for consumer complaints
  • What’s ahead for the Competition Bureau
  • CRTC tackles ‘dark web’ marketplace
  • France takes aim at online retailer
  • Consumers International publishes guidelines for online product safety
  • Consumers Council of Canada joins Consumers International
  • Scotiabank avoids fine for non-consensual sales
  • Keurig’s greenwashing results in $3-million penalty
  • Viewpoint: The demise of the Ontario Security Commission’s Regulatory Independence
  • Nader still focused on auto safety, 55 years later
  • Recent consumer protection and empowerment publications
  • Building a better home construction regulator
  • The Revolving Door – Consumer protection and empowerment professionals in motion
  • Notable recent consumer protection and empowerment related research
  • Long-term care residents as consumers, and other standards development topics
  • Follow-ups on previous articles from Think Consumers
  • Upcoming events of possible interest to consumer protection and empowerment professionals

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