An outdoor advertising campaign from PepsiCo has been pulled from the website of the Halifax Regional Municipality.

The ad is set to run at a popular Halifax restaurant, a popular tourist attraction, and in the city’s central business district.

A PepsiCo spokeswoman confirmed the ad will not be running this year and said it has been removed from its website.

It is not clear how PepsiCo acquired the ad.

It’s the latest in a string of advertising scandals involving the beverage giant.

In January, a Nova Scotia judge ordered the company to pay more than $1.7 million in damages after it pleaded guilty to misleading customers about the safety of the product.

The court order was a response to a complaint by a former PepsiCo employee who said the company had misled him about the health benefits of the drink.

The company has also faced criticism in recent months for using its image in misleading ads.