News in Consumer Law
The site Globe24h.com has been posting Canadian court documents and charging a fee to anyone who wants them removed.
The Ontario government has announced that it is moving to set up an electricity affordability program for low-income Ontarians.
Ontario is planning to make electricity bills cheaper in an attempt by the Liberals to take a pocketbook issue away from the opposition parties.
Oxford County's Operation Sharing applauds London Food Bank's decisions to stop food bank, offers help
Replacing the food bank is a program that allows people to use a non-transferable card to pick out what non-taxable food items they want at grocery stores.
Ontario's privacy commissioner has discovered that the mental-health information of some Canadians is accessible to the FBI and U.S. Customs and Border Patrol.
For the first time in Canadian history, our federal government is preparing to provide a foreign government with sensitive personal financial information about hundreds of thousands of Canadians.
The federal government has presented a comprehensive plan for digital communications and commerce to protect online privacy, beef up cybersecurity, and bring the Internet everywhere in Canada.
New legislation allows consumers to cancel a contract after two years without charges other than for remaining payments on a handset purchase.
Users of cellphones, smartphones, laptops, or tablets in Canada over the past 13 years deserve payment for potentially having their privacy rights violated, says a proposed class-action lawsuit.
The author of a new book on fraud protection is saying children are becoming the newest targets of identity thefts.