Call for Nominations for Tarion Consumer Advisory Council

In 2011, Tarion formed the Consumers Advisory Council (CAC) to serve as an advisory body to the Board of Directors’ Consumer Committee (CC).  Any advice and recommendations made by the CAC are forwarded to the Consumer Committee for review and consideration. The CAC represents a wide spectrum of individuals including new home buyers who have been through the Tarion warranty process, recognized consumer advocates, a chief building official, real estate lawyers, and other industry leaders and experts who have direct dealings with new home buyers and consumers. 
The purpose of this council is to:

  • Act as an advisory body who provides ongoing advice from a home buyer/consumer perspective on proposed Tarion policy-related matters and changes.
  • Provide external expertise, and personal perspective/experience to proposed policy-related matters and changes.
  • Identify topics to be considered by the Consumer Committee for potential policy discussions that would enhance consumer confidence in buying a new home, new home warranty protection, and/or benefit Ontario's new home buyer.
  • Provide ongoing advice on topics for consideration brought forward by the Consumer Committee.

Call for Nominations 

The Consumer Advisory Council is seeking to recruit two new members to add to the range of public, home buyer and consumer interests and perspectives on the Council. 

Currently, the Council is seeking to appoint two consumer advocates

Candidates who are interested in applying, are asked to please submit a letter of interest and current resume to by October 8, 2019.

The letter of interest should include a statement of the applicant’s background and interests relevant to the Council, such as relevant previous work, consumer or service advocacy, or volunteerism with consumers of any or all ages, and any special interests in one or more of the technical areas.

The Consumer Advisory Council thanks all applicants; however only those selected as potential candidates will be contacted. 

For more information about the Consumer Advisory Council, click here.