How to remove the Facebook ads in Canada

Facebook recently began removing ads from its news feed in Canada, prompting questions about its future strategy in the country.

According to the company, it’s a small part of the business it is trying to grow in Canada.

In an e-mailed statement, Facebook says that the ads have been removed due to violations of Canadian law and privacy.

The company says that it’s working to “remove all ads that we believe violate Canadian law or are in violation of privacy policies or terms of service.”

But a spokesperson for the government of British Columbia, which is the country’s second-largest province, said in a statement that it has not removed ads from the Facebook News Feed.

“The BC government has not received any notice of these ads being removed, and we are currently reviewing all our advertising policies,” said the statement, which was issued after The Huffington Post spoke with a spokesperson from the provincial government.

Facebook’s Canada-wide News Feed is a mix of news content from the company’s News Feed apps, news content curated by its News Labs team, and advertising from third-party publishers, including Adwords.

While Facebook has removed ads in other countries, the company has not yet done so in Canada because of a privacy policy it says is separate from that of its US parent company, Alphabet.

Facebook said in March that it would remove ads in its News Feeds in a handful of countries in a bid to increase its user base.

It said that it was targeting Canada because the country has been the largest market for its products and services in recent years, particularly Facebook.

Facebook has also been trying to expand its presence in the United States.

Last year, the social network said it was working on a partnership with Apple, which had an ad-blocking app called Adblock Plus, to help Facebook reach users in the US.

Facebook also announced last month that it had signed a $10 billion deal with Chinese tech giant Tencent to create the Chinese version of its Messenger app.

But Tencent has yet to release an official version of the app in Canada and has been accused of not respecting local regulations.

The Canadian government has since passed laws to regulate ads on Facebook in a number of provinces, including Quebec, British Columbia and Ontario.

But in the province of British Canada, where Facebook is headquartered, the ads are still being removed.

“I would not expect that any of these advertisers will be able to continue advertising on Facebook as long as we have the government regulating their advertising in Canada,” said Peter Meeuwsen, a professor of communication at the University of British in Canada who has written about the issue of ad-blockers.

Meeuden said that since the introduction of ad blocking, advertisers have started asking that they be blocked by Facebook in order to get the ads removed.

Facebook says the ads were removed due the company taking “immediate action” on privacy concerns.

But Meeuten says that in many cases, the complaints from the advertising industry are not legitimate.

“There is no legal justification for these advertisers to complain to Facebook that they are being blocked,” he said.

The Facebook spokesperson said that Facebook’s policies in Canada are different than the policies of many of its other international and mobile advertisers.

Facebook declined to comment further on whether any of its advertisers are being asked to remove their ads from Canada.

Facebook was forced to pull its ads in the U.K. earlier this month after it was accused of abusing its control of WhatsApp and other messaging services.

In a statement, WhatsApp said that the company “is currently working with the government to investigate the issue and take appropriate actions to protect privacy and data on our users and to protect our brands and users.”

WhatsApp also said that any advertiser requesting that its ads be removed should do so with the company at the request of its account owner.

But the U,K.

government has accused Facebook of failing to comply with UK law.

Facebook in Canada is not the only Canadian company to face pressure from the government for failing to follow its own privacy policy.

In June, the country of Saskatchewan passed legislation that will allow the government and the advertising and marketing industries to take away advertising from Canadian websites that do not adhere to the province’s strict privacy rules.

That law was written by the Saskatoon Chamber of Commerce and follows a ruling by the Ontario government that it is “incomprehensible” that the companies that operate in the city of Toronto have not been required to adhere to provincial privacy laws.

In May, the U.,K.

also passed legislation requiring that Facebook must comply with government requests to remove ads from websites that violate privacy laws in that country.

That legislation was sponsored by the European Union and is also backed by the Canadian government.