News in Consumer Law
The government has established a Spam Reporting Centre that is currently accepting reports of commercial electronic messages sent without consent or with false or misleading content.
In a teleconference today, the CRTC confirmed that it will issue guidance to charities in a FAQ document on Friday, July 4.
Topics in the Summer 2014 issue of La Chronique juridique (in French only) include minimum wage increase, Employment Standards Act (ESA), and water heater contracts and sales.
Complaints about wacky bills from Hydro One keep rolling in at the rate of 10 a day from customers, Ontario ombudsman André Marin says.
Legal experts say the CRTC may not have enough staff to monitor all the complaints the new legislation will unleash.
Days before the federal government’s sweeping new anti-spam legislation comes into force, confusion reigns among organizations, charities and businesses that will be affected by the new rules.
The TTC and Toronto are looking at how the city could make transit more accessible to low-income residents.
The federal border agency is bowing to privacy concerns by agreeing to slash the amount of time it will keep data on the cross-border movements of Canadians as part of a new security plan.
Canadians concerned about their online privacy have a new way to find out whether their telecom provider is collecting information about them and sharing it with third parties like government entities.
A criminal lawyer lists the ways the latest Supreme Court ruling will affect our privacy.