CPBC Consultation: 2018-20 Travel Fee Changes

On behalf of the Association of Canadian Travel Agencies (ACTA), a national not-for-profit trade association representing over 1200 retail travel agencies and more than 14,000 travel professionals across the country, we appreciate the opportunity to speak on behalf of almost 200 retail travel agency members located in British Columbia on the proposed changed to the 2018-2020 licencing fees and other fee changes.

Background

Consumer Protection BC has the legal authority to set licensing and other fees and charges. In doing so, Consumer Protection BC is required by law to recover costs, to consult with travel agencies and to provide at least ninety (90) days’ notice prior to changing or introducing new fees. READ ACTA'S SUBMISSION