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 to proceed, ” said Keldon Bester, CAMP co-founder. “Canada’s outdated competition law means the Bureau still faces an uphill battle, but we look forward to the additional scrutiny of such an important decision for Canada’s economy.”

Learn more about CAMP here.