If you are talking about collection agency rules, each province has their own Collection Agency Act. For Ontario the act can be found at:
The regulations which have many of the rules can be found at:
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Enacted in the same spirit as the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, Canadian debt collection laws stipulate that creditors may not engage in any form of abusive practices such as calling the debtor at unreasonable hours at home or at work, presenting any sort of threat, promise or charge not pertaining to the debt, calling the debtor's employer without his or her permission (except to verify that he or she is employed), or communicating with anyone in the debtor's family or workplace in a way that may cause distress, alarm or humiliation.
They vary by province.
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