AMENDMENTS NOT IN FORCE
— 2010, c. 23, s. 89(2)
(2) Despite subsection (1), the Commission may not prohibit — or, except to the extent provided by subsection (3), regulate — the use by any person of the telecommunications facilities of a Canadian carrier for the provision of unsolicited telecommunications, if the telecommunication is a commercial electronic message to which An Act to promote the efficiency and adaptability of the Canadian economy by regulating certain activities that discourage reliance on electronic means of carrying out commercial activities, and to amend the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission Act, the Competition Act, the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act and the Telecommunications Act applies or a commercial electronic message referred to in subsection 6(5) of that Act.
(3) For the purposes of subsection (2), the Commission may regulate, with respect to the types of telecommunications described in subsection (4),
(a) the hours during which the telecommunications facilities of a Canadian carrier may be used by any person;
(b) the contact information to be provided by a person referred to in subsection (2) and the circumstances in which and persons to whom it must be provided;
(c) telecommunications made to medical or emergency services; and
(d) telecommunications where a live operator is not immediately available when the recipient of the telecommunication connects to it.
Types of telecommunications
(4) For the purposes of subsection (3), the types of telecommunications are those that are
— 2010, c. 23, s. 90
2005, c. 50, s. 1
90 Sections 41.1 to 41.7 of the Act are repealed.
— 2019, c. 10, s. 162
— 2019, c. 10, s. 163
163 Section 51 of the Act is replaced by the following:
Mandatory and restraining orders
51 The Commission may order a person, at or within any time and subject to any conditions that it determines, to do anything the person is required to do under this Act, under sections 51 to 53 of the Accessible Canada Act or under any special Act, and may forbid a person to do anything that the person is prohibited from doing under this Act, under those sections of the Accessible Canada Act or under any special Act.
— 2019, c. 10, s. 164
2014, c. 39, s. 209(2)
Designation of inspectors
71 (1) The Commission may designate any qualified person as an inspector for the purpose of verifying compliance or preventing non-compliance with the provisions of this Act or any special Act for which the Commission is responsible, with the provisions of Division 1.1 of Part 16.1 of the Canada Elections Act, with sections 51 to 53 of the Accessible Canada Act and with the decisions of the Commission under this Act.
2014, c. 39, s. 209(3)
(2) Paragraph 71(4)(a) of the Act is replaced by the following:
(a) enter, at any reasonable time, any place in which they believe on reasonable grounds there is any document, information or thing relevant to the purpose of verifying compliance or preventing non-compliance with this Act, any special Act, Division 1.1 of Part 16.1 of the Canada Elections Act or sections 51 to 53 of the Accessible Canada Act, and examine the document, information or thing or remove it for examination or reproduction;
2014, c. 12, s. 137(5)
(3) Subsection 71(9) of the Act is replaced by the following:
(9) An inspector who believes that a person is in possession of information that the inspector considers necessary for the purpose of verifying compliance or preventing non-compliance with this Act, any special Act, Division 1.1 of Part 16.1 of the Canada Elections Act or sections 51 to 53 of the Accessible Canada Act may, by notice, require that person to submit the information to the inspector in the form and manner and within the reasonable time that is stipulated in the notice.
— 2019, c. 10, s. 165
2014, c. 39, s. 201
165 The portion of section 72.001 of the Act before paragraph (a) is replaced by the following:
Commission of violation
72.001 Every contravention of a provision of this Act, other than section 17 or 69.2, every contravention of a regulation or decision made by the Commission under this Act, other than a prohibition or a requirement of the Commission made under section 41, and every contravention of any of subsections 51(1) to (4) and (7), 52(1) to (3) and 53(1) to (3) and (6) of the Accessible Canada Act constitutes a violation and the person who commits the violation is liable
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