On January 26th, at the Canadian Institute’s Advertising & Marketing Law Conference, I presented the following presentation alongside Wally Hill – VP Public Affairs and Communications from the Canadian Marketing Association – where we discussed the current status of Canada’s Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL), provided some guidance for compliance as the law and regulations as they are now drafted, comparisons to United States Legislation CAN-SPAM and some aspirational practices to consider for future use.

This was a great event (not my typical circle of participation so it’s a double Win!), where I learned a number of things related to marketing, advertising disclaimers, managing contest’s in the province of Quebec (it is really quite different from other jurisdictions), and Canadian Advertising Standards. We were also shown some strong insights into the major differences between Canadian and American consumers when asked about the core value of Marketing and the messages presented by agencies and the clients they represent.

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* This is not legal advice.