- 1 Competition in the Construction Industry
- 2 Canada’s Anti-Spam Law
- 3 Fraud Prevention
- 4 Enhancing Transparency
- 5 The Little Black Book of Scams
The Competition Bureau is helping to educate businesses on how to identify cartel activities with new informative videos and web pages to mark its second annual Anti-cartel Day. Entitled Competition in the Construction Industry, the new web pages focus on this sector because it is particularly susceptible to cartel activity.
Fraud Prevention Month is an annual public awareness campaign held in March that works to prevent Canadians from becoming victims of fraud by helping them "Recognize it. Report it. Stop it."
The Canadian edition of The Little Black Book of Scams is a helpful resource full of information on how to avoid being caught up in a scam and on how to report fraud to the appropriate authorities.
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 recently launched a new publication entitled The Competition Advocate, which will be published periodically. This short commentary will offer the Bureau’s views on industries that may benefit from increased competition. The first issue of The Competition Advocate is focused on the taxi industry’s digital dispatch services.
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