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  • Canada's Anti-Spam Legislation and Regulations - Canada's Anti-Spam Legislation
    way communication You have a Family Relationship with the recipient marriage common law partnership or any legal parent child relationship and you ve had direct voluntary two way communication CASL does not apply to messages that are sent Within or between business where there s an ongoing relationship In response to a request To enforce a legal right or obligation Via closed messaging systems Proprietary system Messaging systems where ID and unsubscribe included on platform To a foreign jurisdiction in compliance with their spam law see Schedule 1 in the ECPR By registered charities raising funds By political candidates or organizations soliciting political contributions Special Cases Unknown Third Parties A person can get consent on behalf of yet to be determined third parties All parties relying on consent obtained by others are accountable for managing that consent ID and unsubscribe requirements still apply Description of Figure 1 Image of a woman sitting at a computer with one solid line to demonstrate her relationship with Company A the air club and her consent to receive CEMS from them and a dotted line to demonstrate that a recipient provides to Business A an air club their consent to receive CEMs from Business A and Third Parties Business A shares the recipients email with Business B a car rental company and C a hotel rd party CEMs Air Club must inform Rent a Car and the Hotel width 668 height 351 Description of Figure 2 Image of a woman sitting at a computer to demonstrate that if a recipient no longer wishes to receive CEMs from third parties the recipient can inform Business A the air club which must then inform Business B car rental company and Business C a hotel Description of Figure 3 Image of a woman sitting at a computer to demonstrate that if a recipient no longer wishes to receive CEMs from third parties the recipient can inform the third party Business B car rental company directly who must then inform the original Company A air club and other third parties as necessary Business C the hotel Special Cases Third Party Referrals You may refer a prospective client to another person if you have an existing relationship with the prospective client If you receive a referral you may send one CEM to the prospective client CEM must include the full name of the individual who made the referral Description of Figure 4 Image of three people in a triangle an Agent sender a potential client and an individual providing the referral There is a two way dotted arrow from the individual providing the referral to the potential client indicating a relationship between those individuals There is also a two way dotted arrow between the Agent sender and the individual providing the referral indicating a relation between them There is a solid one way arrow from the Sender to the Potential Client indicating one commercial electronic message being sent When Do I Need To Be Ready Coming Into Force Most

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  • The Competition Bureau and CASL - Canada's Anti-Spam Legislation
    marketing practices in any medium including digital representations in promoting the supply or use of a product or any business interest The Bureau s Role Amendments and Additions Role CASL is legislation that will enable the Bureau to more effectively address false or misleading representations and deceptive marketing practices in the electronic marketplace including false or misleading electronic messages and website content The amendments to the Competition Act are specifically designed to address false or misleading representations in the digital marketplace Provides more targeted enforcement tools Amendments and Additions A new civil and criminal injunctive power to prevent a person from supplying a product e g Internet service to another person Changes to existing criminal and civil injunctions applicable to deceptive marketing practices to help streamline our ability to use these tools Amendments to certain definitions and existing provisions to make them technology neutral Amends the civil and criminal deceptive marketing provisions of the Competition Act to address false or misleading sender or subject matter information in electronic messages materially false or misleading representations in an electronic message as well as false or misleading locators e g a URL or metadata Spammers will often disguise their identity or subject lines so as to imply a personal acquaintance with the recipient offer to sell a product or service despite a false or misleading subject line that suggests a different purpose or seek to compel a person to open an email by virtue of a false or misleading subject line Creates domestic information sharing regime among the three partner agencies and Amendments to allow the Bureau to collect evidence on behalf of foreign counterparts Commercial Electronic Messages CASL Definition commercial activity means any particular transaction act or conduct or any regular course of conduct that is of a commercial character whether or

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  • Site Map - Canada's Anti-Spam Legislation
    Your Business or Organization Online or While Mobile Enforcement Oversight Management Fast Facts The Law and Regulations Protect Yourself Online or While Mobile Mobile Protection Toolbox Worried It s Spam 5 Things to Look for Home Media Resources For Businesses

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  • Fight Spam Quiz - Canada's Anti-Spam Legislation
    Quiz Take five minutes to learn how to protect yourself your business or your organization from spam and other electronic threats Click on the links below to try the quiz

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  • FAQs - Canada's Anti-Spam Legislation
    FAQs Frequently Asked Questions For Consumers Frequently Asked Questions For Businesses and Organizations Current Online Threats threat threat threat threat threat

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  • General Enquiries - Canada's Anti-Spam Legislation
    Privacy Notice Subject Your question or comment Do you need a response Yes No EID Contact Information Indicates required information Email Address First Name Last Name Telephone Area Code Ext

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  • Affidavit – Particulier - Bureau du surintendant des faillites Canada
    receveur général du Canada détient des dividendes non réclamés de auxquels j ai droit que je n ai obtenu aucun remboursement d une tierce partie et que la somme m est encore due que j ai le droit de demander le paiement des dividendes non réclamés conformément au paragraphe au paragraphe 154 1 de la Loi sur la faillite et l insolvabilité que je demande le paiement des dividendes non

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  • Formulaire de réclamation de dividendes non réclamés par un créancier – Particulier - Bureau du surintendant des faillites Canada
    Adresse de l institution financière Numéro de l institution financière 3 chiffres Numéro d indentification de la succursale 5 chiffres Nom du ou des titulaires du compte Numéro de compte bancaire Code SWIFT paiements internationaux uniquement Code IBAN paiements internationaux uniquement Vous devez joindre un chèque annulé OU un chèque vierge au présent formulaire Consentement Je soussigné e consens à ce que le Receveur général du Canada verse mes paiements dans mon compte bancaire par dépôt direct comme indiqué dans le présent formulaire Je déclare avoir lu l Avis de confidentialité et consens à la collecte à l utilisation et à la communication de mes renseignements personnels conformément à l avis Afin d assurer le versement rapide de mes paiements j aviserai le Receveur général du Canada de tout changement relatif à mes renseignements bancaires Je confirme que toute l information fournie dans le présent formulaire est exacte Avis de confidentialité Vos renseignements personnels sont recueillis conformément aux paragraphes 17 1 et 35 2 de la Loi sur l administration des finances publiques Les renseignements recueillis sont utilisés et communiqués aux programmes fédéraux pertinents et à votre institution financière aux fins de dépôt direct Les paiements par dépôt direct ne peuvent être effectués sans qu aient été fournis les renseignements demandés dans le présent formulaire Les renseignements personnels sont protégés conformément aux dispositions de la Loi sur la protection des renseignements personnels En vertu de cette loi les particuliers et les entreprises ont le droit de demander l accès à leurs renseignements personnels et de les corriger s ils sont inexacts ou incomplets Les renseignements personnels recueillis sur ce formulaire sont conservés dans le fichier de renseignements personnels ordinaires IC POU 931 comptes fournisseurs Pour toute question ou commentaire concernant le présent avis de confidentialité ou pour obtenir des renseignements

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