In Canada, the legislation that governs warranties is enforced at the provincial and territorial level. While provincial and territorial provisions may not be specific to automotive, they do provide a legal framework to guide merchants and manufacturers, and to ensure consumer protection.
For more information about the statutes that are applicable to your province or territory, please consult the following chart:
|British Columbia||1996||Environmental Management Act|
|Alberta||2000||Fair Trading Act|
|Saskatchewan||1997||Consumer Protection Act|
|Manitoba||2015||The Consumer Protection Act|
|Ontario||2002||Consumer Protection Act|
|Quebec||1983||Consumer Protection Act|
|New Brunswick||1978||Consumer Product Warranty and Liability Act|
|Nova Scotia||1989||Consumer Protection Act|
|Prince Edward Island||2002||Consumer Protection Act|
|Newfoundland & Labrador||2009||Consumer Protection Act|
|Yukon||2003||Consumer Protection Act|
|Northwest Territories & Nunavut||1988||Consumer Protection Act|
Notice to Consumers Statement and Plaque
A FREE printable PDF version of the Notice is available for download.
A permanent plaque-mounted version of the Notice is available for purchase for only $24.99 (plus tax and shipping). A brandable version (with your logo and shop information) of the plaque is also available as a special order for $49.99. The plaque measures 8.5 x 11.