Things to consider when doing business in Canada.

We thoroughly enjoyed this morning's webinar, Doing Business in Canada (with information presented by law firm Green and Spiegel). There are a number of things to consider when visiting Canada for business, such as: The length and nature of the visit, Whether you are entering from a visa-exempt country (i.e. the U.S., U.K., France, Mexico) or … Continue reading Things to consider when doing business in Canada.

Have questions about coming to Canada for trade events and other business activities? You’ll need this.

On Tuesday, October 8 we'll be co-hosting a webinar with the PA Department of Community & Economic Development and Green and Spiegel, U.S., addressing topics including: Trade events, After sales service & installation, and Short-term contracts and solicited by Canadian customers. Everything you need to know will be discussed here. Email chmummau@pa.gov to register - and … Continue reading Have questions about coming to Canada for trade events and other business activities? You’ll need this.

More about toiletries with plastic microbeads.

Toiletries containing plastic microbeads are now illegal for sale in Canada. The law came into effect on July 1, 2019. This follows a ban on manufacture and import of these products that came into force on July 1, 2018. Natural health products and non-prescription drugs that contained microbeads were exempt from the 2018 rule, but … Continue reading More about toiletries with plastic microbeads.

Canada’s Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL): are you compliant?

On July 1, 2014, Canada enacted anti-spam legislation (CASL) designed to protect Canadians’ electronic transmissions while ensuring Canadian businesses could remain competitive in the global marketplace. In short, CASL prohibits the: Sending of commercial electronic messages without the recipient’s consent (permission), including messages to email addresses, social networking accounts, and text messages to cellular phones, … Continue reading Canada’s Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL): are you compliant?

New cannabis edible regulations are coming.

They've been a year in the making, and they're almost here. Cannabis was legalized in Canada in October of 2018; regulations for edibles and related products were scheduled to be implemented no later than October 17, 2019 (one year after legalization). Health Canada's 60-day public consultation on its draft regulations earlier this year and although … Continue reading New cannabis edible regulations are coming.