Google has started blocking ads from advertising media outlets across Canada.
The move comes after Google removed the ads from Canada-based Google AdSense, a Google ad network, earlier this year.
The company has also launched its own ad network in Canada.
Google has been using the AdSense network for a while, and the company has used the network to generate revenue for its advertising services.
The Canadian advertising industry is seeing a spike in search traffic, as people search for products and services that have been banned by Google.
It’s unclear how the company will remove the ads, but some are questioning why Google would do so.
“I don’t see why Google is doing this because of advertising issues,” said Adam Grewal, senior manager for the online advertising industry at ad agency Search Engine Land.
“Why would they do this?
They’re going to lose a lot of revenue.””
They’re not going to get more money from that.
They’re going to lose a lot of revenue.”
In addition to advertising, Google has also been banning ad-blocking apps and software from the Google Play Store.
“We’re going after the ad network as well as the ad tech,” said Adriaan De Graaf, the CEO of ad-tech firm Search Engine, in a recent interview.
“They have the ability to do all kinds of things, including block ads from being displayed.”
Google said the removal of ads from the Adsense network will “help to improve the user experience.”
The company did not respond to a request for comment from CBC News.