Working for Healthy, Safe, Durable, Energy Efficient Housing for Canadians since 2004

Advocacy

Advocacy

Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world.  Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.

Margaret Mead


What you can do

  • Join in the conversation on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram today.
  • Share us with your online networks! 
  • Sign up for our e-bulletin.
  • Tell us your story info@canadiansforproperlybuilthomes.com .
  • Share your ideas with us based on your experiences.
  • Got a skill and a little time to spare? Let us know.
  • Write to your municipal councillor, mayor, member of provincial parliament, federal member of parliament. Be sure to cc CPBH when you do!
  • Get the CPBH T-shirt and wear it: info@canadiansforproperlybuilthomes.com .
  • Join us at demonstrations and gatherings. Organize your own gatherings and let us know!
  • Invite us: CPBH can make presentations in person or over the web for homeowner gatherings.

Please support our work with a donation. We count on consumers to keep our doors open!

CPBH is proud of its advocacy for better consumer protection.

From its pesky and pointed social media presence, to email campaigns, to trips leading new home owners to the provincial legislature, CPBH has been proud to raise awareness among the new home buying public through a variety of means. We advocate for better consumer protection among governments at all levels, and the many sectors of business and industry that make up concerned stakeholders. All on a shoestring budget.

CPBH is known to the media as the go-to authority on consumer issues with respect to newly built homes and has appeared on investigative reporting segments of W5, The Fifth Estate and evening news broadcasts, as well as on radio consumer programs. CPBH’s views have been included by journalists in articles in mainstream media in different parts of the county such as the Toronto Star, the Ottawa Citizen, more examples…the Vancouver? Victoria? Elsewhere…

CPBH is frequently invited to input into government consultations, to legislation, to audits, to make budget deputations – to name a few.

There is so much left to do.

“They always say time changes things,

but you actually have to change them yourself.”

― Andy Warhol

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