Bureau Wants Ad Crackdown

Anti-trust lawyers with the Competition Bureau yesterday recommended Parliament broaden its definition of misleading advertising under the Competition Act. The Bureau in a report recommended following a 2012 Supreme Court ruling that ads creating a false “general impression” are improper: “Courts must not approach a written advertisement as if it were a commercial contract by reading it several times.”

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