The Consumers' Association of Canada calls on Bombardier president to apologize to consumers



    OTTAWA, Oct. 18 /CNW/ - The Consumers' Association of Canada calls on
Bombardier Recreational Products Inc.'s President and CEO, Jose Boisjoli, to
apologize to Canadian Consumers for the shocking treatment his corporation has
doled out to Canadians who want to purchase products in USA.
    "Bombardier has gone to almost hysterical measurers to inhibit Canadians
from taking advantage of the 40% differential in price between what Bombardier
charges in Canada compared to the price for identical products on sale in USA"
said CAC President Bruce Cran. "While Bombardier is not alone in ripping off
cross-border shoppers, it is certainly leading the charge".
    "During the past 70 years the Bombardier group has been the beneficiary
of many grants, loans and other assistances provided from taxes contributed by
the same Canadian Consumers the company is now working feverishly to rip off"
added Cran.
    Apologize, Mr Boisjoli and take whatever action is needed to put things
right for your loyal Canadian customers.





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For further information: Bruce Cran, (613) 291-7999

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