Video gallery

The Competition Bureau is helping Canadian businesses and consumers access more information by offering educational and entertaining videos on various topics. These videos also help the public get a better understanding of the Bureau’s work.

* Our videos are also available on our YouTube channel.

Videos on the Bureau's work

The Bureau has produced various videos to better assist businesses and consummers in recognizing and preventing anti‑competitive conduct, including support in establishing effective compliance programs within their organizations.

Welcome to the Competition Bureau!

Welcome to the Competition Bureau!

Fair Play

Fair Play

Promoting Corporate Compliance

Promoting Corporate Compliance
Anti‑fraud videos Film strip of fraud prevention videos

As part of Fraud Prevention Month, the Bureau is proud to present a series of animated videos that profile some of the most common types of scams featured in The Little Black Book of Scams.

By bringing to life the warnings and advice contained in the booklet, the videos demonstrate the tactics that fraudsters use to deceive consumers and businesses, and show Canadians how they can protect themselves and their families from fraud.

Service Scams

Service Scams

Charity Scams

Charity Scams

Dating and Romance Scams

Dating and Romance Scams

Emergency Scams

Emergency Scams

Health and Medical Scams

Health and Medical Scams

Money Transfer Request Scams

Money Transfer Request Scams

Pyramid Schemes

Pyramid Schemes

Lotteries, Sweepstakes and Contests

Lotteries, Sweepstakes and Contests

Small Business Scams

Small Business Scams

Job and Employment Scams

Job and Employment Scams

Internet Scams

Internet Scams

Mobile Phone Scams

Mobile Phone Scams

Recognizing and Rejecting Fraud

Recognizing and Rejecting Fraud

The Importance of Reporting Fraud

The Importance of Reporting Fraud
Cartel videos Empty Board Room

The Bureau has produced these videos to assist businesses and trade associations in recognizing and preventing cartel activity and other anti‑competitive conduct.

Anti‑Cartel Day 2015

Anti‑Cartel Day 2015

Bid‑rigging: Compete legally!

Bid‑rigging: Compete legally!

Cartels: What you don't know can hurt you

Cartels: What You Don't Know Can Hurt You
Emerging competition issues workshop Emerging competition issues workshop, January 2016: keeping pace in a changing world

Emerging competition issues workshop, January 2016: keeping pace in a changing world

The Competition Bureau brought together world experts in emerging competition issues in January 2016 to discuss how innovative new business models are affecting the competitive landscape in Canada, the use of non‑price effects in competition assessment, and how competition policy can keep up with the rapid pace of change.

Marina Lao: Director of Office of Policy Planning — U.S. Federal Trade Commission

Marina Lao: Director of Office of Policy Planning — U.S. Federal Trade Commission

Maurice E. Stucke: Professor, University of Tennessee

Maurice E. Stucke: Professor, University of Tennessee

George Addy: Senior partner, Competition & Foreign Investment — Davies Ward Phillips & Vineberg

George Addy: Senior partner, Competition & Foreign Investment — Davies Ward Phillips & Vineberg
Investment scams Investment Scams — A joint presentation

The Competition Bureau and the Ontario Securities Commission (OSC) have created a new video that aims to help Canadians recognize fraudulent investment schemes and keep their hard‑earned money out of the hand of scammers.

Investment Scams — A joint presentation

Investment Scams — A joint presentation
FinTech innovation Fintech Market Study

Driving competition and innovation in the financial services sector

The Competition Bureau hosted a workshop in February 2017 to examine the intersection of competition, innovation and regulation in Canada’s financial services sector. The workshop focused on the competitive forces at play and possible impediments to the growth of financial technologies (FinTech) in Canada. It served as a forum for market players, regulatory authorities and policy makers to engage directly in a discussion about how best to ensure that Canada's FinTech sector delivers competitive benefits to the marketplace.

In this series of four interviews, key opinion leaders from the workshop share their insights on these critical issues for Canada’s FinTech sector.

For more information, please visit the Bureau's FinTech portal.

Follow the Bureau's Twitter account (@CompBureau) and the hashtag #FinTechCan for updates.

FinTech as a driver for growth in Canada: Kevin Lynch

FinTech as a driver for growth in Canada: Kevin Lynch

The future of FinTech in Canada: Michael Katchen

The future of FinTech in Canada: Michael Katchen

The potential for FinTech to transform the financial system in Canada: Carolyn A. Wilkins

The potential for FinTech to transform the financial system in Canada: Carolyn A. Wilkins

The global FinTech opportunity for Canada: Robert Atkinson

The global FinTech opportunity for Canada: Robert Atkinson
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