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Marketing “Unhealthy Food” to Children: Legislators Move on an Initiative that Industry Voluntarily Put in Place in 2007

Canada - March 5 2018 Health Canada is proposing to restrict the marketing of food containing certain levels of saturated fat, sugars or sodium (“unhealthy” food) to…

Ainslie Parsons.

How smart is Siri? Apple faces false and misleading advertising suits

Canada - December 11 2012 A pair of proposed class actions have been launched in Quebec and Saskatchewan against Apple Inc. and Apple Canada Inc. (collectively, “Apple”) concerning its advertising campaign promoting the “Siri” feature on the popular iPhone 4S smartphone.

Michael Canniffe, Tamarah Luk.

Top Things To Know Before Running a Contest in Canada

Canada - May 19 2020 Promotional contests are a great way to attract consumers' attention to your brand and your products. For U.S. marketers and companies, allowing…

Procedures and strategies for pharmaceutical brands: Canada

Canada - September 6 2016 Sweeping amendments were made to the Trademarks Act two years ago, most of which will likely be implemented by 2018. These amendments will bring both benefits and challenges to applicants in all industries, and the pharmaceutical industry is no exception.

Meghan Dillon, Susan J. Keri.

2019 Will Go Down in History as “The Year of Change” in Canadian Trademark Law

Canada - January 7 2020 2019 was a banner year for changes to Canadian Trademark Law and practice. More than five years after they were first introduced, major amendments to…

William Audet, Amanda Branch, Meghan Dillon, François Larose, Cynthia Rowden.