Since the advisory about a license is written in English and French, I think that relates to a Canadian requirement for licensing of digital scanners. This has been around since the mid-1990s, around the time the US Congress passed the law requiring scanners/receivers to omit coverage of the 800 MHz mobile phone bands. I don't think the Canadian licensing has ever been implemented. I found a reference to that in another part of the RR forums at:
Sticky: Digital Scanner License
Kenwood amateur transceivers sold in recent years that support packet/APRS operations have a similar advisory notice, directing the "user in Canada" to contact Industry Canada. This is how that advisory appears on my TH-D72A:
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My TH-D74A, which has D-Star digital audio as well as packet/APRS capabilities, has a similar label. My TM-D710GA has a bilingual label with the advisory:
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I suppose my Canadian amateur certificate would serve as the "licence" for these transceivers, if anyone ever asked me while I was in Canada.