Fair Fees - Frais équitable

 
Fair Banking - Our Fair Banking campaign seeks to make mainstream banking fairer, while also fighting to end predatory lending and encourage the creation of alternation banking products for low and moderate income earners. Learn more about our Fair Banking campaign here
 
Digital Access to Opportunities - Access to the internet has become a necessity, and the high cost of service affects access to opportunities in the job market, in school, and in many other aspects of daily life. ACORN Canada members demand $10/month high speed internet for low income families as part of our Digital Access to Opportunities campaign. Take action on closing the digital divide - sign the petition
 
Regulate Remittances - Remittances (sending money overseas through money transfer organizations like Western Union) and payday loans are big business in Canada, and thousands of Canadians are getting gouged by companies charging exorbitant fees for these services. ACORN Canada members work for the regulation of these fees and fairness in the remittance and payday loan industries.

Capital Current: Ottawa anti-poverty group leads Vanier rally calling for government to ‘criminalize’ high-interest lending

Posted January 11, 2022

On a sunny afternoon in Vanier, red flags waved and chanting could be heard in the parking lot of a strip mall on Donald Street. A crowd of 20 people answered a voice from a megaphone: “What do we want? Fair banking! When do we want it? NOW!“

Jacobin: Despite Record Profits for Canada’s Big Banks, Customer Fees Keep Going Up

Posted December 15, 2021

Christmas is coming early for Canada’s bankers.

The six largest banks hit record-breaking profits in 2021 and will pay out massive bonuses at the year’s end, newly released fourth quarter earnings reports show. On the strength of a combined $57.4 billion in profits, the Big Six are paying out $18.8 billion in bonuses before the holidays.

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