Advertising is a highly complex profession, and one that’s only just beginning to get its footing.
For starters, advertising is an industry, not a profession, says Mark Haddon, the head of advertising strategy at Ernst & Young Canada.
The best example is car advertising. “
The thing that’s really challenging about advertising is that we have a whole bunch of different businesses competing for the same advertising dollars,” he said.
The best example is car advertising.
In a recent CBC News investigation, we found that automakers, the makers of the most popular cars, have been using their influence to sway governments, and even to influence the way the public views the environment.
In 2016, for example, Volkswagen was able to buy a government-controlled company called the Canadian Automotive Research Council, which then became the Canadian Advertising Standards Board.
The board is charged with ensuring that ads are clear and concise, and that they do not conflict with government policies.
But the agency also regulates the ads.
For example, if a manufacturer advertises on a TV station that it’s a member of the Council, the station must remove that ad, as well as any other ads that are similar.
The company that has won the most ads is the one that gets to advertise on the channel.
Haddon says that means that manufacturers are often buying up advertising on TV stations to ensure that they don’t cross the line between being a member and not being a representative of the council.
“That’s not a good way to run a business,” Haddon said.
He points to one recent example.
Earlier this year, a car manufacturer, Toyota, bought the Canadian advertising agency of advertising giant Cenovus Communications, which owns and manages television advertising in the country.
Toyota also purchased advertising firm Adelphi for $5.7 million, which was paid for with government funding, according to Cenvus Communications.
But Cenavus Communications was the only one of the companies buying ads.
“It seems like Toyota is trying to play a role by buying the advertising agency, and then they’re using it to influence government policy,” Hampers said.
Advertisers are also finding new ways to try and influence the public.
For instance, the Canadian Taxpayers Federation has launched a campaign that’s been running on social media for a year and a half.
The campaign calls on Canadians to call their senators and MPs and demand that they change the way they pay their federal taxes.
The ad, which appears to have been filmed in Ottawa, uses footage of senators saying things like “I think this is a good idea,” or “It’s not fair that taxpayers are paying for our senators to vote for these companies.”
Haddon is also seeing a change in the way Canadians view advertising.
“For the first time, we’ve got people saying, ‘What are you doing, what are you looking at?’,” he says.
“They’re asking, ‘Where are the ads?’
And the question is, ‘How are they working?’
I think that’s the biggest shift.”
But while there is a shift in the attitudes of Canadians, the way advertising works is also changing.
In 2017, the National Advertising Standards Council was created, which oversees the regulation of advertising in Canada.
It has the authority to regulate advertising.
However, its role is limited, because it only regulates the activities of one company: the Canadian Association of Broadcasters (CAB).
The CAB is a powerful lobby group, which is responsible for the direction and direction of advertising.
The group is the main voice for the industry, and it has a number of lobbying clients.
The CBA, however, is independent, and the CBA is the sole agency responsible for regulating the industry.
But as advertising has evolved, it has become increasingly important for the CAB to be involved.
The role of the CSA in this process has also changed.
“We have to be able to say, ‘Look, we’re the watchdog for this industry.
You can do whatever you want with this advertising,'” said Michael Dominguez, the president of CAB.
“But we have to have a mechanism where we’re not just saying, OK, you can’t do this, but we’re going to regulate you.”
It’s not just about regulating advertising, though.
“Our role is to make sure that we don’t get in the middle of a dispute between these companies and the government,” said Domingues.
“If there’s a dispute that involves these companies, we’ll be there to make a decision, but the CAA is the only agency that has the power to enforce these kinds of things.”
The CAA has a lot of power in Canada, because the CDP’s lobbying arm is based in Ottawa.
“What the CPA does is a lot more than the CAC, it’s about