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Consumer rights and debt is an increasingly important topic. As modern societies move toward open data movements in government, health care and banking, it’s important to note that North American society wasn’t built on a bedrock of a citizen’s right to know....
CCC on Financial Consumer Agency of Canada's Advisory TeamCredit Counselling Canada has been appointed to FCAC Consumer Protection Advisory Committee to support financial well-being of Canadians.Click here to view the article to learn more.
Feb 6, 2018 | News
CCC had the opportunity to act as a witness to the Senate Committee on Banking, Trade and Commerce regarding Bill S-237.
Each year, Credit Counselling Canada (CCC) takes time to recognize outstanding individuals, organizations and groups who contribute to not-for-profit credit counselling. The 2017 credit counselling award recipients are as follows: Credit Counselling Canada Award This...
Jul 13, 2017 | News
Credit Counselling Canada receives funding from the Office of Consumer Affairs to conduct research project.
Jun 13, 2017 | News
Credit Counselling Canada (CCC) is pleased to announce the addition of four new members to the Board of Directors: Al Antle, James Callon, Ian Jarvis and Denise Lockhart. The Board provides leadership for carrying out the association’s mission to promote the value of...
Ontario is renewing funding for programs to help people living on low incomes to manage their finances, announced Dr. Helena Jaczek, Minister of Community and Social Services, and Daiene Vernile, MPP for Kitchener Centre. The funding will support five new Ontario...
Credit Counselling Canada’s Patricia White Named to National Steering Committee on Financial Literacy
Feb 14, 2017 | News
Credit Counselling Canada (CCC) is pleased to announce the appointment of their Executive Director, Patricia White to the Financial Consumer Agency of Canada (FCAC) National Steering Committee on Financial Literacy. The National Steering Committee on Financial...
What an informative, educational panel on how financial institutions can work to address #EconomicAbuse. Thank you to all the panelists!
Here’s a visual graphic representation of what happened at the panel. Thank you @ItsEmmaRichard for the visual!
@WAGE_FEGC #HelpUsRise2022 https://t.co/VKEeLVW3hF