Last Tuesday, two days before parties in the Rogers-Shaw merger entered a second round of mediation to attempt to address competition concerns, Industry Minister François-Philippe Champagne laid out the conditions […]
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As an element of competition and antitrust law frameworks, merger policy plays an important role in preventing acquisitions that would otherwise allow incumbent firms to extinguish competitive threats and entrench […]
On February 7, 2022, the federal government announced plans to review the Competition Act – Canada’s key legislation for addressing monopoly power. As part of our mandate to support individuals […]
CAMP statement in response to Rogers’ outage: “Today’s nationwide outage of the Rogers network showcases the far-reaching effects of Canada’s oligopoly telecommunication markets, and the consequences of our misguided focus […]
Competition Policy Series: What Steps Must Canada Take to Address the Challenges from Digital Technologies?
The Centre for International Governance Innovation (CIGI) held its third virtual event in the Competition Policy Series, “What Steps Must Canada Take to Address the Challenges from Digital Technologies?”, on […]
Digital technologies are reshaping markets in many profound ways, and these changes are creating new challenges for competition authorities. As Canada looks ahead to a consultation on the modernization of […]
Tucked in the middle of the Government of Canada’s 500-page Budget Implementation Act, 2022, No. 1 — Bill C-19, tabled in Parliament in April — are the first material amendments […]
Momentum is building for Rogers to offer the sale of Shaw’s Freedom Mobile business as a solution to Competition Bureau concerns about the proposed $26 billion merger of the two […]
Earlier this month, Minister of Innovation, Science and Industry François-Philippe Champagne announced his intention to review Canada’s Competition Act, beginning with potential near-term changes to address wage fixing, deceptive pricing […]