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As the launch of the Canadian anti-spam law neared last spring, critics warned that enforcement was likely to present an enormous challenge. Citing the global nature of the internet and the millions of spam messages sent each day, many argued that enforcement bodies such as the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission and the Competition Bureau were ill-suited to combating the problem. In recent weeks it has become increasingly clear that the CRTC and the Competition Bureau can enforce

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Shuttering Iranian visa office a ‘body blow’ to diaspora in Canada, says community leader

By Ally Foster    

Decision further limits the ability of Iranians to travel to the West.

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