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Internet Advertising Bureau of Canada (IAB Canada)
IAB Canada is the national organization of Internet publishers, advertisers and agencies that acts as the national advocate representing companies engaged in selling advertising on Internet-based media. IAB Canada provides advertisers and marketers with a forum for evaluating and shaping the direction of the Internet advertising industry in Canada; provides an industry-wide view of key developments about Internet advertising and interactive media; promotes the value of Internet advertising to advertisers and advertising agencies, and serves as an educational resource through which advertisers and marketers can further their Internet knowledge and gain a competitive edge in the marketplace.

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