By Alfred Lambremont Webre
Advertising Standards Canada, citing Harper government and environmentalist David Suzuki, concludes chemtrails are an “unscientific theory” and bans anti-chemtrails advertisements from Toronto subways.
VANCOUVER, BC – Advertising Standards Canada, citing the Harper government and environmentalist David Suzuki, concludes that chemtrails are an “unscientific theory” and bans anti-chemtrails advertisements from Toronto subways. Advertising Standards Canada[i], the Canadian national not-for-profit advertising self-regulatory body, in its Standards Council Decision Ref# 137666 – Chemtrails Girls – Transit Advertisement has affirmed a decision that anti-chemtrails advertisements on the Toronto Subways contravene the Canadian Code of Advertising Standards (Code), Superstition and Fears (Clause 11). This decision came on an appeal by Chemtrails Girls and ByeByeBlueSky.com, a registered environmental organization directed by Ontario resident Suzanne Maher.
Ms Maher wrote to NewsInsideOut.com, “I had the [anti-chemtrails advertising] campaign up in the Toronto, Ontario subway for 4 weeks. The Toronto transit extended the contract another month. (Unbeknownst to me) it was after the contract expired that I received a letter of complaint issued by a Toronto-based organization saying I was fear mongering, etc. I could only appeal the decision if I took the advertising down.”