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2023 SHARE Investor Summit

CAMP co-founder Robin Shaban shares her perspectives in the 'Our Economic Future' session. This session includes discussions on pension and corporate policy law changes, new inflation-fighting measures, and the next steps in the evolution of competition law. View event details here.

Progressive Economics Forum – Canadian Economics Associate Conference

PEF: 'Is a Pro-Labour Competition Policy Possible?' chaired by CAMP co-founder Robin Shaban, features panelists Kaylie Tiessen (Unifor) and Matthew Chiasson (Competition Bureau Canada). The Progressive Economics Forum holds its annual meetings at the Canadian Economics Association (CEA) conference. There will be a day of online-only sessions held in advance of the conference on Tuesday, […]

CBA Competition Law Fall Conference

CAMP Executive Director, Keldon Bester, joins the scholars' panel to discuss 'Non-Price Effects: Turning Smoke into Fire.' The panel is moderated by Susan Hutton from Stikeman Elliott LLP and includes panelists Andy Baziliauskas of Charles River Associates, Anthony Niblett of the University of Toronto Faculty of Law, and Prof. Ioannis Kokkoris from Queen Mary University […]

FRIENDS & iPolitics Event

CAMP Executive Director Keldon Bester joins moderator Michael Serapio (CPAC), along with panelists Claire Atkin (Check My Ads) and Craig Silverman (ProPublica), for a discussion on 'Dismantling the Disinformation Economy.' The event is hosted by FRIENDS and iPolitics at the iPolitics Live Event Space, 17 York Street, Ottawa, ON. Find out more about iPolitics here.

Time to Bust the Trusts and Cartels? Addressing the Problem of Rising Corporate Concentration

McGill Faculty Club Billiard Room 3450 Mc Tavish Street, Montreal, Quebec, Canada

CAMP co-founder Robin Shaban will be joining the panel at the Time to Bust the Trusts and Cartels? The panel will discuss addressing the problem of rising corporate concentration at this event hosted by McGill University. The Canadian economy has long been served by small numbers of large businesses, but such “corporate concentration” has been […]

Competition Policy in the 21st Century: Charting a Path Forward for Canada

A two-day symposium on June 12-13, 2024 at the University of Ottawa will foster in-depth analysis about the future of competition law in Canada. Entitled “Competition Policy in the 21st Century: Charting a Path Forward for Canada”, the event will bring together a broad cross-section of experts and stakeholders from academia, government, policy think tanks, […]