A Winnipeg dermatologist says women need to keep safety in mind when seeking out the procedures.
Credit card users sometimes receive offers in the mail, such as promotional cheques, but credit experts warn consumers must always read the fine print before taking on additional debt.
New laws in Manitoba are supposed to protect customers from having their contracts changed, but some people are unsure if the new rules apply to them.
The city’s recycling program in Winnipeg is more than 15 years old but some people are still confused about what to put in the recycling bin and what should go in the garbage.
New apps are making it possible for consumers to ditch their wallets and credit cards and instead pay for items using their smartphones. But some people question whether the risks are worth the convenience.
One in every 10 Canadian cable subscribers has switched to watching on the Internet.
This week’s Consumerwatch shows you how you can make customer service agents work to your advantage.
CTV’s Karen Rocznik looks at the safety of CFL light bulbs after some have been discovered to smoke and burst into flames.
CTV’s Karen Rocznik looks at the pros and cons of making your smartphone a free agent on different cellphone networks.
With mortgage rates sitting at below three per cent, it’s easier now than ever to afford a home. But does that mean we should all rush into the housing market before these low rates disappear?
Karen Rocznik is CTV's Consumerwatch reporter. Karen loves discovering money-saving tips for everything from shopping at the grocery store to getting the best deal on big ticket items
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