Earlier this month, the CRTC imposed the first financial penalty under the anti-spam law, which came into effect last summer.
Quebec-based corporate training company Compu-Finder was fined .1 million for what the CRTC called a "flagrant" violation of the anti-spam legislation.
The service sends its users occasional emails which notify them of new messages from fellow users and highlight people with similar interests.
Canadian online dating website Plenty Of Fish has paid a fine of ,000 after regulators found the company violated its new anti-spam legislation.
The CRTC says the fine was levied after complaints alleged Plenty Of Fish Media Inc.