News in Consumer Law
Canada's interim privacy commissioner says the government didn't follow its own policies to protect sensitive data of more than 583,000 student loan recipients.
Lost luggage, long delays, bumped for overbooking: There are remedies available
People’s personal information is more available than ever before via social media, but this presents risks as well as benefits to social workers.
This month's On the Radar outlines some of the special rules in Ontario's Consumer Protection Act that people should know about when they take their car in for repairs.
CLEO announces three new titles to the Consumer Law Series, produced in partnership with the Community Law School (Sarnia-Lambton) Inc.
The Toronto Star columnist Ellen Roseman has tips for people advocating for themselves.
A private member's bill tabled by Sudbury MPP Rick Bartolucci would create a separate act and code of conduct for financial advisors.
Ontario's Registrar of Payday Loans today issued a proposal to refuse recent applications for payday lender licences from Cash Store and Instaloans - both owned by The Cash Store Financial Services Inc.
This campaign encourages you to email your MPs, asking them to pass legislation to protect the privacy of Canadians against intrusion by government entities.
The Day We Fight Back Against Mass Surveillance is a global effort to galvanize people around the world to speak out against ubiquitous surveillance.