- 1 Canada’s Anti-Spam Law
- 2 2014–15 Annual Plan
- 3 Fraud Prevention
- 4 Enhancing Transparency
- 5 The Little Black Book of Scams
Canada’s Anti-Spam Law
The intent of the legislation is to deter the most damaging and deceptive forms of spam that impact Canadians and Canadian businesses.
The Competition Bureau is responsible for the administration of the Competition Act, which includes provisions against price fixing, price maintenance and abusive behaviour by a dominant firm, among others. All of its provisions apply to gasoline and other petroleum products markets.
The Competition Bureau offers a variety of resources to assist businesses and trade associations in recognizing and preventing anti-competitive conduct, including support in establishing effective compliance programs within their organizations.
The Competition Bureau's Action Plan on Transparency aims to promote the development of a more cost-effective, efficient and responsive agency, all the while providing Canadians with more opportunities to learn about its work.
July 28, 2014
July 24, 2014
- Supreme Court Denies Toronto Real Estate Board’s Application for Leave to Appeal Pro-Competitive Federal Court of Appeal Ruling
July 21, 2014
- Date modified: