The time as come to address the new CASL (Canadian Anti Spam Legislation) – which we highly suspect is geared towards silencing those whom the government takes the most issue with… as its implementation so nicely coincides on the same day as the charitable organization tax filing deadline. But do not despair… just remember the age old saying, and answer to an age old question – “If the government implements poor legislation to silence voices if a forest is cut down, does Eco-Sense still exist?” Why yes.
On a positive note, if you appreciate the emails received inclusive of rants and raves, info on tours, plants, open houses, and goofy stories of the challenges of a family that lives in a mud house and shits in a bucket, here is your opportunity to say “Please send me emails of comedic informative inspiration!”
New Spam Laws – what we need to do
We need to address this interesting piece of legislation that will affect virtually everyone who sends or receives email from businesses, non profits, or charitable organizations in Canada.
Please take a quick momentout of your day to help Eco-Sense’s efforts to become CASL (Canada’s Anti Spam Legislation) compliant. Would each of you please be so kind to provide your express consent for us to continue sending notices that may include news and rants, tour and workshop updates, plant profile information, and special event notices. Two simple options:
Express Consent – click here and type “I give consent to receive emails from Eco-Sense” in the subject.
A simple cut and paste reply to this email ( email@example.com ) stating:
I give express consent to receive electronic emails from Eco-Sense.
Thanks, Gord and Ann
*I give express consent to receive electronic emails from Eco-Sense.*
Furthermore,I also give express consent for either or them, singly or as a team to run the country. In the event that neither of them are able to do so, I also give express consent that their dog, Boo, run the country. He’d do a much better job than the current post holder.