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Do you know how Canada's Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL) will affect your business or not-for-profit organization? Find out what you need to do to comply and avoid liability and large monetary penalties.
As of July 1, 2014, CASL applies to businesses and not-for-profit organizations carrying out electronic communications in the course of their activities. CASL requires express or implied consent from the recipient to receive your "commercial electronic messages." Consent must also be obtained for software downloads as of January 15, 2015.
CASL imposes personal liability on officers and directors and vicarious liability on entities for acts of employees and agents. Failure to comply with CASL could result in administrative monetary penalties of up to $10 million per violation for corporations and up to $1 million per violation for individuals. The private right of action arises as of July 1, 2017.
Learn what you need to do to ensure your organization complies with the new CASL in Canada's Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL) — It's Here and It's Not Just Spam!, part of our Director's Source Webinar Series. Two lawyers with expertise in corporate-commercial affairs and not-for-profit organizations take you through the essentials.
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Member Development and Support
May 28, 2018
The rapidly evolving pace of technology is changing how we do business. Come together with technology investment decision-makers to develop strategic solutions and explore what the future holds.
October 1, 2018
The ONE is Canada’s must-attend, multi-track CPA event of the year. Stay at the top of your game with future-focused sessions, thought-provoking keynotes, prime networking opportunities and a first-class exhibition floor.
This event has multiple dates and locations. See event details for more information.
Attend the Public Sector Accounting Discussion Group meeting in-person or virtually via livestream. Virtual observers will be able to see and hear the discussion in real time along with those attending in person.