Competitor Collaboration Guidelines
The Competition Bureau (the "Bureau") is an independent law enforcement agency responsible for, among other things, the administration and enforcement of the Competition Act (the "Act"). The Bureau contributes to the prosperity of Canadians by protecting and promoting competitive markets and enabling informed consumer choice. These Guidelines describe the Bureau's approach to assessing collaborations between competitors, updating the guidelines published on December 23, 2009.
- Electronic (PDF)
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