Take action to stop neonic pesticides and save our bees
RNAO has joined other health and environment organizations to respond to an urgent environmental problem affecting Ontarians and much of the rest of the world. Bees and other pollinators are dying off at alarming rates, and their deaths have been linked to a class of insecticides called neonicotinoids ("neonics").
The Canadian Code of Advertising Standards
Truth. Fairness. Accuracy.
The Canadian Code of Advertising Standards (Code) sets the criteria for acceptable advertising in Canada.
Created by the advertising industry in 1963 to promote the professional practice of advertising, the Code is the cornerstone of advertising self-regulation in Canada.
Administered by ASC, the Code is regularly updated to ensure it is current and contemporary – keeping pace with consumer and societal expectations. It contains 14 clauses that set the criteria for acceptable advertising that is truthful, fair and accurate. These clauses form the basis for the review of consumer and special interest group complaints, and trade disputes.