Financial Consumer Protection Framework

Prosper Canada together with the Canadian Literacy and Learning Network, Momentum Calgary, SEED Winnipeg, and St. Christopher House in Toronto prepared a submission in response to Finance Canada’s draft consumer protection framework, "Toward a Comprehensive and Inclusive Consumer Protection Framework for Canada".

The submission responds to questions posed by the government in its consultation document with respect to:

  • Establishing a comprehensive set of principles for consumer protection
  • The unique challenges faced by vulnerable populations
  • How the consumer code should address these challenges
  • Continuing the conversation -- engagement.
Read the full submission