Consumers' Association of Canada

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Consumers' Association of Canada
Formation 1947
Type Consumers' Organization based in Canada
Legal status active
Purpose advocate and public voice, educator and network
Headquarters Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
Region served
Canada
Official language
English, French
Website >Consumers' Association of Canada

The Consumers’ Association of Canada founded in 1947 is an independent, not-for-profit, volunteer-based, Canadian charitable organization. Based nationally in Ottawa with regional branches in Montreal, Saskatoon, Winnipeg and Vancouver, the organization focuses on the social problems of food distribution and health, trade, standards, and communications and financial services.[1]

Their aim is to raise consumer awareness of marketplace issues, and to facilitate government and industrial coordination to tackle marketplace difficulties.

Isabel Atkinson served as national president from 1956 to 1960.[2]

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