The Competition Bureau’s appeal of the Rogers-Shaw decision continues the fight for Canadians

Ottawa, ON – On December 30th the Competition Bureau signaled its intention to appeal the Competition Tribunal’s decision rejecting its challenge of the Rogers-Shaw transaction. The Canadian Anti-Monopoly Project (CAMP) released the following statement: “We are encouraged by the Bureau’s move to stand up for Canadians and appeal the Tribunal’s decision allowing the Rogers-Shaw merger […]

Canadians should be wary of the rushed Rogers-Shaw decision

Earlier this month, as the Competition Tribunal hearing of Rogers’s acquisition of Shaw came to a close, Chief Justice Paul Crampton made it clear the tribunal would “bend over backwards” to reach a decision as soon as possible, but said that the specialized court was “going to take the amount of time that it takes […]