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Consumer Reports

Consumer Reports is the world's largest non-profit product-testing organization and has been helping users find better, safer products for 80+ years. Consumer Reports provides independent product testing without taking any advertising money giving you recommendations you can trust.

Find the latest:

  • product ratings and reviews
  • recall of products
  • in-depth advice and trends written by Consumer Reports experts
  • articles, blogs, and video content on consumer news

Everything Else You Need to Know

Most of the Consumer Reports site is developed around the American market and discusses U.S. products and prices. There is a smaller “Canada Extra” section that focuses on Canadian products and pricing.


Consumer Reports is a third-party service that is governed by its own privacy policy and practices, not the Library's. We advise that you consult their User Agreement and Privacy Policy.

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Regina Public Library is pleased to provide free access to this third-party service to customers paying taxes to or residing in the City of Regina. Members of other Saskatchewan libraries are not guaranteed access to this service or any other electronic resource to which Regina Public Library subscribes.

Regina Public Library customers are reminded that this is a third-party service over which Regina Public Library has no control so changes may occur without warning and customization is not always possible.

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