The last time Ottawa decided to make some noise about air passenger rights, in 2000, they brought an ex-NHL referee to a news conference....Read More Bringing clarity to passenger compensation rules
Sans tambour ni trompette, le saumon conçu dans un laboratoire est parmi nous. Depuis 2017, les consommateurs canadiens peuvent acheter du saumon transgénique. Le...Read More Le « Frankenfish », ou l’absence d’étiquetage obligatoire
Tous les conducteurs détiennent une assurance automobile. Les propriétaires et les locataires protègent leurs biens et leur immeuble. Les travailleurs autonomes et les entrepreneurs...Read More Où va la protection du public en assurance de dommages ?
In the final days before the G7 summit, the recent meeting of development and finance ministers, co-chaired by Canada’s Minister of Finance Bill Morneau...Read More Will the G7 be a breakthrough for gender equality and inclusive growth?
How nations approach consumer issues, and the administrative and legal regimes they put into place, is almost always a reflection of their unique economic,...Read More The steady decline of consumer protection in Canada
Up until the rise of the Internet and digital technology, consumers were, as Daniel Defoe noted in The Complete English Tradesman (1726), “the last...Read More Consumer rights in a radically different marketplace
The “empowerment of women” is mentioned 32 times in Canada’s Feminist International Assistance Policy, and $150 million has been allocated to related activities in...Read More Let’s stop talking about “empowering” African women
The phrase “a Canadian is a Canadian is a Canadian” was first used during the 2015 election, in the context of ensuring Canadian citizens...Read More Why benefits of citizenship aren’t always equal