Cemetery, Interment and Funeral Services Advisory Group Minutes Posted

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{April 20, 2011} The minutes of the Cemetery, Interment and Funeral Services Advisory Group meeting are now posted on our website.  You can view all of the meeting minutes by clicking here. A list of the members of the Cemetery, Interment and Funeral Services Advisory Group is also available.

Consumer Protection BC Industry Advisory Groups:

The Board of Consumer Protection BC has established an advisory group for the cemetery, interment and funeral services industries. The group is comprised of volunteers representing both industry and consumer interests. The purpose of this group is to identify consumer and industry-related issues and potential solutions for consideration by Consumer Protection BC. The group provides feedback on any matters put forward by Consumer Protection BC for consideration. Additional information about this advisory group is available on our website.

At this time there are advisory groups for the debt collection, funeral services, telemarketing and travel services industries.  Where an advisory group has not been established other tools and methods of engagement are utilized.  These include information sessions, work groups and participation in AGM’s, trade shows, and other industry based events.  General information about our advisory groups can be found here.

Consumer Protection BC is a not-for-profit corporation that was created to strengthen consumer protection in BC and enforce consumer protection laws. We balance the interests of all parties to promote a marketplace that is fair for both BC consumers and BC businesses. We license and inspect specific industries, respond to inquiries through our Inquiry Centre, investigate alleged violations of consumer protection laws, and educate consumers and businesses about their rights and responsibilities under the law.  For more information about our organization, please visit our corporate website at www.consumerprotectionbc.ca.

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