WSP has adopted this Anti-Spam Commitment to provide transparency to outside parties with respect to the compliance of the organization’s electronic communication practices with CASL, as well as undertaken, amongst others, the following initiatives,
WSP CASL compliant consent forms. The consent of outside parties is necessary in order for WSP to send a CEM. This consent typically must be “express”, but in certain circumstances consent can be “implied” and in others, messages are specifically exempt from consent requirements. WSP has modified certain consent forms in order to ensure that the express consent obtained from recipients is in compliance with CASL. You can have your email address removed from WSP’s mailing lists at any time, although even if you unsubscribe to receiving CEM from WSP, you may still receive electronic messages from WSP which relate to an ongoing business relationship or which are exempt under CASL.
WSP email footers. WSP has modified its email footers to manage CASL’s consent requirements. Under CASL, all CEM sent must include certain prescribed content. For example, WSP must clearly identify WSP as the party sending the CEM, provide a method whereby the recipient can readily contact WSP, such as a mailing address and one of (i) a telephone number with active response voicemail, (ii) an email address, or (iii) a web address; and provide a working unsubscribe mechanism. In consequence, CASL compliant email footers have been updated on all email communications (emails and mass mailings) sent from WSP, in order to ensure compliance with CASL.
WSP unsubscribe mechanisms. WSP has incorporated unsubscribe mechanisms into all CEMs, in order to manage CASL’s consent requirements. Under CASL, each CEM must provide a working unsubscribe mechanism, which must be processed within a maximum of 10 business days. In consequence, WSP has set up a uniform process in order to ensure that all unsubscribe requests will be complied with. You may at any time unsubscribe from receiving CEMs from WSP by following the process laid out in the electronic message you receive, or by contacting email@example.com. However, even if you unsubscribe to receiving CEM from WSP, you may still receive electronic messages from WSP which relate to an ongoing business relationship or which are exempt under CASL.