The Government of Canada wants to hear from you.

The government has opened up a consultation on changing how credit cards work and the fees that are charged to process credit card transactions. These changes may impact your ability to collect rewards and points in the future when you use your credit card. A recent study by the Macdonald-Laurier Institute found that changing interchange policy would cost a Canadian family earning an average of $40,000 per year approximately $187 annually in lost benefits. That’s why the CCRC advocates against proposals that would punish middle-class Canadian consumers. We’ve prepared a draft letter for you to send to the government consultation inbox. 

You can edit this letter to better reflect your views. Use the form on the right to send your letter to the government now.