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1 Junk Food Advertising in Canada: How Should it be Regulated? 2019/01/01
2 Unit Pricing: Time for a National Approach 2019/01/01
3 Consumer Attitudes and Their Role in Reducing the Impact of Counterfeit and Pirated Goods and Services 2019/01/01
4 Class actions: Model claim forms to facilitate access to justice - A case study 2012/01/01
5 Sustainable consumption for all: Improving the accessibility of sustainably-produced foods in Canada 2019/01/01
6 Will Cash Soon Be a Thing of the Past? 2019/01/01
7 The digital divide: The cost in terms of time, money and complexity of being an unwired consumer 2013/01/01
8 Communications Services: Are the recourses before disconnection sufficient? 2019/01/01
9 A Long-Term Comparison of Consumer Debt Relief Options in Canada 2018/01/01
10 Minors, contracts and consequences 2011/01/01
11 A Virtual Fortune: Consumer Protection for Banking and Consumer Fraud in Virtual Worlds 2011/01/01
12 Making food safe for all: A needs assessment of new immigrant mothers and their families 2017/01/01
13 Debt settlement and financial recovery companies: Too risky an option? 2017/01/01
14 Managing legal risk in the canadian retail electronic payment system 2017/01/01
15 Class Action: How to increase claim rates? 2017/01/01
16 Bank charges and Low-Income Persons: A Portrait of the Situation 2017/01/01
17 Tackling Energy Poverty 2017/01/01
18 All in the Data Family: Children's Privacy Online 2008/01/01
19 Used Vehicle History Report Comparison 2014/01/01
20 Food deserts: Towards a comprehensive solution 2014/01/01
21 No consumer left behind part II.... 2016/01/01
22 How well do newcomers understand consumer credit? 2014/01/01
23 All along the watch tower: a review of the Canadian consumer debt collection industry 2014/01/01
24 No consumer left behind: a Canadian affordability framework for communications services in a digital age 2014/01/01
25 Consumers’ Use of Small Claims Court in Construction Disputes 2013/01/01
26 Spotlight on the provision of financial literacy content on the Internet 2014/01/01
27 Young Adults from Quebec, Savings and Investment: Practices, Knowledge, and Attitudes (in French only) 2009/01/01
28 The Privacy Box: Enabling Consumer Choice and Meaningful Consent in Online Privacy 2017/01/01
29 Financial Literacy: Resources for Newcomers to Canada 2008/01/01
30 Including low-income consumers as recipients of telecommunications services: how does Canada rate? (in French only) 2009/01/01
31 Financial Literacy: Lessons from International Experience 2007/01/01
32 “Rent-to-own”: portrait of an industry and its clientele (in French only) 2008/01/01
33 Energy efficiency knowledge transfer for low-income consumers: the most effective methods 2012/01/01
34 Class action claim forms: when exercising your rights becomes too difficult 2010/01/01
35 Information About Financial Products and Vulnerable Clienteles 2010/01/01
36 Vulnerable Families as E-Consumers: Current Attitudes, Behaviours and Barriers to E-Information 2010/01/01
37 Energy efficiency comprehension among populations with low literacy levels: understanding and other aspects 2010/01/01
38 Not-so-easy-to-read account statements (in French only) 2008/01/01
39 The Regulatory Context for Assistive Technologies and Accessible Products in Canada 2007/01/01
40 RRSPs and the Savings of Low-Income Canadians 2007/01/01
41 Low Income Consumer Access to Cheque Cashing Services 2007/01/01
42 Policy on low-income consumers in the provision of public utilities: the situation in Canada in the water and energy sectors (in French only) 2006/01/01
43 Do consumers who reside in certain areas of Halifax, Calgary and Montreal have trouble getting home insurance? 2002/01/01
44 Utility Reconnection Services: A New Threat to Vulnerable Consumers? 2002/01/01
45 Budget Counselling: Practice and Ethics 2006/01/01
46 The new mortgage products: easy access to deeper indebtedness (in French only) 2009/01/01
47 Debt collection: Outmoded tactics? (in French only) 2008/01/01
48 Research on Consumer Protection, Civil Enforcement and Consumer Advocacy 2009/01/01
49 Financial Literacy: Resources for People with Disabilities 2008/01/01
50 Kids for Sale: Online Privacy and Marketing 2009/01/01
51 Cell phones and young people in debt: The current situation (in French only) 2009/01/01
52 Delivery Models for Financial Literacy Interventions: A case study approach 2008/01/01
53 Advertising that targets children: Ensuring the best protection possible (in French only) 2008/01/01
54 The High Cost of Access to Financial Services for Newcomers to Canada and People with Limited Education 2007/01/01
55 Access to financial Services for People living in Nunavik, Nunavut and North-West Territories (in French only) 2007/01/01
56 Impact of cell phone company advertising on teenagers: influenced but ill-informed (in French only) 2007/01/01
57 Impact of Health and Nutrition Claims on Infant Feeding Practices 2007/01/01
58 Portraying the Canadian population as consumers 2001/01/01
59 How Young People View Credit: Predictable Debt Overload? 2012/01/01
60 On the edge: financially vulnerable families 2002/01/01
61 Are families getting richer? 2002/01/01
62 Proliferation of Redress Procedures 2013/01/01
63 Widowhood: consequences on income for senior women 2004/01/01
64 Housing costs of elderly families 2004/01/01
65 L'éducation des consommateurs : Plate-forme d'intervention au crédit et aux finances personnelles (in French only) 2002/01/01
66 Safety of Noisy Toys: A Current Assessment 2004/01/01
67 Eating well with Canada's Food Guide and Nutrition Facts Table: a simplified menu to facilitate their understanding by Canadian with low literacy skills (in French only) 2007/01/01
68 Letting Everyone Help : Removing Barriers to Consumer Participation in Energy Conservation 2005/01/01
69 Consumption Poverty in Canada, 1969 to 1998 2001/01/01
70 Les bons rabais des supermarchés et les personnes assistées sociales : des pratiques discriminatoires… mais des améliorations (in French only) 2001/01/01
71 Eliminating Phonelessness in Canada: Possible Approaches 2002/01/01
72 The Value of Words: Literacy and Economic Security in Canada 1998/01/01
73 Violence in video game consoles: How can the information provided to consumers be improved? 2002/01/01
74 1999 and Beyond: Challenges of an Aging Canadian Society 1999/01/01
75 How to Pay the Piper: A Primer on Additional Charges to Consumers in Canada for Paper Billing 2014/01/01
76 Banking in Rural Canada: Ensuring that Rural Consumers Have Adequate Service 2000/01/01
77 Les jeunes sur l'Internet : étude sur les problématiques commerciales posées par le Web (in French only) 2005/01/01
78 Home Insurance - In defence of readability: Contracts that consumers can read and understand (in French only) 2006/01/01
79 Cartes de crédit et jeunes: Une combinaison fatale? (in French only) 2005/01/01
80 "I Want That!": The impact of current trends and practices shaping the advertising of toys to children in the global marketplace 2001/01/01
81 Population Aging and Life-Course Flexibility: The Pivotal Role of Increased Choice in The Retirement Decision 2004/01/01
82 Instruments de mesure pour une enquête en profondeur des opérations du secteur des services financiers : Irons-nous vers une améliorations de la concurrence réelle ou virtuelle pour les consommateurs à faibles et modestes revenus (in French only) 2000/01/01
83 How Well Are Poor People Served by Canadian Banks? Testing Consumer Treatment Using Mystery Shopping 2010/01/01
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