Regulatory Affairs

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Wally Hill, Senior Vice-President, Government & Consumer AffairsWally Hill
Senior Vice-President
Government & Consumer Affairs
whill@the-cma.org

Natasha Nanji, Manager, Regulatory Affairs, Government & Consumer AffairsNatasha Nanji
Manager, Regulatory Affairs
nnanji@the-cma.org

Cristina Onose, Manager, Public Affairs, Government & Consumer AffairsCristina Onosé
Manager, Public Affairs
conose@the-cma.org

New CMA resources on CASL's installation of computer programs provisions ...more


Alberta's PIPA amended following Supreme Court ruling   ...more


CRTC issues fact sheet on CASL's requirements for installing computer programs  ...more


CMA issues guidance on list rental under CASL  ...more

Upcoming Events

As the industry's leading advocate on legislative matters, the Association devotes considerable resources to responding effectively to public policy issues.


January 22 - Webinar: Ad Choices Program: Building Consumer Trust in Online Advertising


February 4 - Webinar: Spotlight On Do Not Contact Programs


February 19 - Webinar: Spotlight On New AODA Requirements for 2015

Areas of Interest

Interested in CASL? PIPEDA? Big Data? Search here for information and updates on the areas that are at the forefront of our advocacy efforts.

Advocacy Update & News Digest

Legislative developments, self-regulatory news and CMA advocacy actions.

Government Submissions

As the industry's leading advocate on legislative matters, the Association devotes considerable resources to responding effectively to public policy issues.


CMA submission to the CRTC on “Let’s Talk TV” ...more


CMA appears before Senate Committee on Bill S-4 (Digital Privacy Act) ...more


CMA letter to Government re: CASL Private Right of Action ...more

Privacy & Your Business

Consumer privacy and data protection have become more important than ever. Find out about Canadian Privacy laws and CMA's self-regulatory standards.

Online Behavioural Advertising

CMA is pleased to announce the launch of the new web-based "AdChoices" program! The Canadian Self-Regulatory Program for Online Behavioural Advertising brings more transparency and consumer choice to online advertising. Learn More!

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