Consumers 150: The State of Canadian Consumer Rights and Advocacy is a 2-day conference examining a series of issues affecting Canadian consumers.
The first day consists of a series of panel discussions, such as:
- The cost of prescription drugs
- Sharing economy platforms
- Air passenger protections
- The effects of climate change on Canadian consumers
The second day will examine various methods designed to innovate consumer advocacy in Canada.
Consumers 150 is being held September 19th and 20th at the Canadian Museum of Nature (240 McLeod St.) in Ottawa.
To register, please visit www.consumers150.ca.
Consumers 150 is being hosted by the Public Interest Advocacy Centre (PIAC), Option consommateurs, the Consumers Council of Canada and Union des consommateurs.