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May 12, 2017 ... Fair competition is good for both consumers and businesses. Learn about
ensuring truth in advertising, investigation of cartels, preventing abuse of market
power, reviewing mergers, ensuring corporate compliance, and regulating
The misleading advertising and labelling provisions enforced by the Competition
Bureau prohibit making any deceptive representations for the purpose of
promoting a product or a business interest, and encourage the provision of
sufficient information to allow consumers to make informed choices.
Mar 14, 2016 ... Part V.1 of the Air Transportation Regulations sets out requirements for all-
inclusive air price advertising. These rules help consumers easily determine the
total price of advertised air services, and encourage fair competition among
advertisers of air services.
a dealer from selling, importing into Canada or advertising prescribed consumer
textile articles unless they are labelled with fibre content and dealer identification
in accordance with the Act and Regulations; ... The misleading advertising and
deceptive marketing practices sections of the Competition Act may also apply.
Mar 21, 2014 ... Broadcast advertising regulations differ for different broadcast services,
audiences like children, products like alcohol & tobacco, & services like 900
Advertising on the internet occupies an increasingly significant percentage of
Canadian advertising, and revenues have been growing at double digit rates
every year for the past decade. So what is fuelling the rapid growth of online
marketing? In large measure, it ...
Oct 2, 2015 ... It also allows consumers to more readily conduct price comparisons and make
informed choices. Objective 2 — Promote fair competition between all advertisers
in the air travel industry. Regulation of all-inclusive air price advertising promotes
competition by achieving a level playing field for all persons ...
Oct 4, 2016 ... When assessing the marketplace effects of advertising restrictions, Canadian
health care regulators should give greater emphasis to empirical evidence. ... If
free markets increase the risk of practitioners providing low quality services, then
rules should be enacted to more directly address this problem.
Whether the election advertising rules in the Canada Elections Act (“CEA”) apply
to live voice calls (“live calls”) and calls ... on election advertising. (2) However,
while not considered advertising, telephone calls are included in the definition .....
20 Canada (Commissioner of Competition) v. Premier Career Management ...
1 Introduction. Since Confederation, Canada has witnessed what could be
characterized as an unholy alliance between advertising agencies and political
parties.1. As governments, parties and public issues have changed, the general
terms of this alliance have remained essentially the same—“work for our party for
free or ...
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