Consumers’ Association Surrenders Tax Status

The Consumers’ Association of Canada, the oldest advocacy group of its kind, has had its charitable status revoked by Canada Revenue. An official called it an orderly reorganization of the group, founded in 1947. The association is credited with helping create the federal Office of Consumer Affairs: “Those were the good old days.”

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