Transaction would not lead to a substantial lessening or prevention of competition in Canada.
Competition Bureau rules the auto parts manufacturer entered illegal agreements with a competing Japanese manufacturer.
Will make it clearer certain parkas are made with Canadian and imported components.
Warned Liberal government infrastructure spending would prove very tempting for companies looking to illegally boost bottom lines
Outerwear manufacturer says 51% of its production costs are incurred in Canada.
Federal agency says mergers won’t lessen or prevent competition in the Canadian beer market.
High-end clothing-maker rapped over alleged misleading made in Canada claims
Punishment related to Toyo’s participation in the supply of anti-vibration components to Toyota Motor Corp.
Competition watchdog ordered the sale of the plant as a condition for approval of Vicwest’s takeover by the Kingspan Group.
The Competition Bureau required the sale as a condition of its approval of Kingspan’s takeover of Vicwest.
Holcim sell all of its Canadian operations and all associated assets.
Review concludes that post-merger market shares would be too strong Ontario and Manitoba communities.
Alleges car rental firms advertise prices not attainable due to additional fees.
International cartel involves wheel hub unit bearings supplied to Toyota.
Yazaki, a supplier to Toyota and Honda in Canada, pleads guilty to Competition Act charges.