Soon you can sue the spammer but for now Rogers pays $200,000 fine.

Nov 24, 2015 | Latest News

Canadians will be able to file lawsuits against businesses for breaking the anti-spam laws once a transition period ends on July 1, 2017, according to the CRTC.
This week Rogers has been fined $200,000 for failing to have properly working unsubscribe functions in place, when you asked to be unsubscribed they ignored your request.
So they have agreed to pay a $200,000 fine to the CRTC for allegedly sending unsolicited email advertisements.
Fourth fine under the new strict anti-spam laws this year, the first unsolicited email sent by a Canadian company is considered a violation.
Corporate training company Compu-Finder-fined $1.1 million in March.
Online dating website PlentyOfFish — fined $48,000
Porter Airlines, fined $150,000

Client Resources



Submit your domain search with the extension you wish to use, i.e., .ca, .net, .org, etc.


I forgot to say in my previous email that when I was discussing this with Kendra a couple of days ago she said that yours was by far the best firm she had ever worked with on websites and that your staff were so good.

L. W. , Director
International Policy Network, London, UK


It sure is a pleasure working with you and your people – they always make me feel as if I’m your only customer.

R. L., IT Manager
National Center for Policy Analysis, Dallas, Texas


To be honest, when (it was) suggested that we design a web page, I was less than enthusiastic. But thoroughly enjoyed the process — it was very easy working with you. I can’t believe how quickly everything came together. And the result is fantastic. Thanks.

D. G.
Doctor and author of Code Blue
Toronto, Ontario