The Comité consultatif des agents de voyages was created in 2004 through a modification of the Regulation respecting travel agents.
Role of the committee
The Comité consultatif des agents de voyages:
- advises the minister responsible for the Office on all matters related to travel agents;
- provides its opinion to the minister on any question they submit.
The committee is made up of 9 members, these being:
- the president of the Office de la protection du consommateur;
- 8 members appointed by the minister responsible for the Office.
Among the members appointed by the minister:
- 4 are appointed after a consultation of representatives from the travel industry;
- 2 are appointed after a consultation of consumer representatives;
- 2 are appointed to represent the government administration.
The duration of terms is 3 years.
The committee is currently made up of the following members:
- Mr. André Allard, Office de la protection du consommateur;
- Ms. Sylvie De Bellefeuille, Option consommateurs;
- Mr. Bernard Bussières, Association des tours opérateurs du Québec;
- Ms. Marie-Claude Champoux, Office de la protection du consommateur;
- Ms. Laurence Marget, Groupe de recherche en animation et planification économique de Québec (GRAPE);
- Ms Manon Martel, Association canadienne des agences de voyages (ACTA-Québec);
- Mr. Claude St-Pierre, Association des tours opérateurs du Québec.
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Last update : April 13, 2022
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