Canada’s Anti-spam Legislation
As of July 1, 2014, Canada’s Anti-spam Legislation (CASL) will require businesses to obtain either express “opt-in” or implied consent to send commercial electronic messages (CEMs), including emails and certain types of social media messages. All electronic “marketing” messages will need to clearly and prominently identify the sender, include the sender’s contact information and provide an unsubscribe mechanism, unless fully exempted from the Act.
As such, North Parkland Power REA endeavors to abide by this new Legislation and will require consent from our Members to send them any form of electronic communications.
We value your relationship with and would like to continue providing billing and company information to you and your business via electronic messaging.
Please confirm your consent by filling out the form below to provide us with that consent and to continue to receive electronic messages from North Parkland Power REA Ltd.
If you wish to stop receiving e-communications from North Parkland Power, please fill out this form:
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