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Up In The Air: Health Canada Considers Further Restrictions For Vaping Product Advertising
Health Canada recently proposed measures to reduce the impact of vaping product advertising on youth and non-users of tobacco products. If implemented,
Canada
28 Feb 2019
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Lobbying And Election Finance Reform: Roundup Of Recent Developments
British Columbia, the Northwest Territories and Ontario have recently introduced significant changes to their respective lobbying and election finance regimes.
Canada
14 Dec 2018
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Demystified: USMCA's Digital Trade Provisions On ISP Liability In Canada
The United States–Mexico–Canada Agreement's (USMCA) digital trade provisions have attracted significant attention over their perceived impact on the Canadian legal and business landscape,
Canada
20 Nov 2018
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Canada's Anti-Spam Law
CASL prohibits the sending of a commercial electronic message (CEM) to an electronic address unless the person to whom the message is sent ...
Canada
24 Sep 2018
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Summer Update: Lobbying And Election Finance Reform In Alberta, Prince Edward Island
The provinces of Alberta and Prince Edward Island recently introduced significant changes to their respective lobbying and election finance legislation.
Canada
9 Aug 2018
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CRTC Issues Penalties To Middle Men Under CASL To Combat Malware Installation
On July 11, 2018, the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) issued notices of violation under Canada's Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL) and monetary penalties...
Canada
26 Jul 2018
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Competition Bureau Resolves Two Drip Pricing Cases
The Canadian Competition Bureau (Bureau) has recently reached settlements with Leon's Furniture Limited (Leon's) and The Brick Ltd. (The Brick) and Enterprise Rent-A-Car Canada Company (Enterprise)...
Canada
28 Feb 2018
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Take Two: Quebec Introduces Bill 134 To Modernize The Consumer Protection Act
On May 2, 2017, the Quebec government introduced new legislation intended to modernize the Quebec Consumer Protection Act (CPA), as well as provide for new consumer protection measures.
Canada
12 May 2017
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View 2017: Innovating For The Business With Katie Jamieson Of Herschel Supply Co. (Video Content)
In the first of four videos from the Canadian Lawyer InHouse View 2017 series, Katie Jamieson, general counsel & corporate secretary at Vancouver-based Herschel Supply Co., discusses...
Canada
9 Jan 2017
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Quebec Publishes Draft Regulations Requiring The Presence Of French On Outdoor Signs
On May 4, 2016, the Government of Quebec published proposed Regulations that aim to ensure there is "a sufficient presence of French" on the outdoor signage of establishments on which trademarks appear in a language other than French.
Canada
11 May 2016
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Made In Canada: Competition Bureau Takes Action Against Moose Knuckles
On April 26, 2016, the Competition Bureau (Bureau) filed a Notice of Application (Application) against Moose International Inc. (Moose Knuckles), for alleged false or misleading "Made in Canada" claims...
Canada
6 May 2016
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Legal Trends 2016: Privacy
There were several important privacy developments in 2015 that may potentially impact organizations doing business in Canada in the year ahead and beyond.
Canada
6 Apr 2016
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Ontario Wine Causing Headaches: Vintners Struggle To Comply With Labelling Laws
Regulated by the federal and provincial governments and the Vintners Quality Alliance (VQA), wine labelling requirements in Ontario can be complicated.
Canada
14 Mar 2016
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Food And Beverage Class Actions In Canada: What Are The Litigation Risks?
In an age when consumers are becoming more health conscious and reading the fine print on labels, it is important for businesses to be aware of the risks and potential legal pitfalls associated with marketing their products.
Canada
16 Feb 2016
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Going To California: Court Of Appeal Rules Forum Selection Clause Overrides Certification Of B.C. Privacy Act Claims
In Douez, the plaintiff sought to certify a class proceeding on behalf of all Facebook users in B.C. whose name or portrait was used by Facebook for advertising through a product called "Sponsored Stories."
Canada
10 Jul 2015
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Canadian Competition Bureau Steps Up Enforcement Efforts, Including First CASL-Related Proceeding
Although Canada’s Competition Bureau has been focused the past year on enhancing its advocacy and competition compliance roles, the Bureau has also demonstrated its continued willingness to use formal investigative powers and litigation to effect compliance with the Competition Act.
Canada
25 Mar 2015
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C$1.1-Million Penalty Issued Under Canada’s Anti-Spam Law
On March 5, 2015, the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission issued its first Notice of Violation under Canada’s Anti-Spam Legislation, which included a C$1.1-million administrative monetary penalty.
Canada
12 Mar 2015
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Court Interprets Quebec French Language Sign Requirements, Trade-mark Exception
Among the many issues raised in the decision, the court addressed constitutional challenges to the Language Charter.
Canada
18 Feb 2015
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Another Refreshing Decision: Certification Denied In B.C. Vitaminwater® Class Action
The B.C. Supreme Court in Clark v. Energy Brands Inc. refused to certify a proposed class proceeding in relation to the labelling and marketing of vitaminwater® beverages.
Canada
30 Oct 2014
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Canada's New Email Era: CASL And The Not-For-Profit Sector
In just a few short hours, Canada’s Anti-Spam Legislation will come into force and significantly change the e-communication landscape.
Canada
7 Jul 2014
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