Consumer Law

Consumer protection is government regulation to protect the interests of consumers. The terms "consumer law" and "consumer protection law" refer to provincial and federal consumer protection and product safety acts and regulations that restrict or prohibit deceptive trade practices such as the Hazardous Products Act and the Food and Drugs Act. Consumer law cover many topics, such as credit repair, small claims, fitness club memberships, home renovation, warranties, internet scams, food safety, and identify theft, among others. Canada’s Office of Consumer Affairs is part of Industry Canada and is responsible for promoting and protecting consumer interests of Canadians.

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