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Competition Bureau Canada

Competition Bureau launches revamped website

The Competition Bureau will launch a revamped website on January 20, 2022. With a more user-friendly design, the website meets all Government of Canada's web accessibility and usability standards. During this period the Bureau's website will not be available.

We apologize for any inconvenience.

Telephone service interruption: We are continuing to serve Canadians and encourage you to submit any questions, complaints, notifications and requests via email or by using our online forms. However, due to factors related to the pandemic, telephone services are currently unavailable.

Read about what the Competition Bureau is doing throughout the COVID‑19 pandemic to protect consumers and businesses from anti-competitive activity—including deceptive marketing, price fixing and bid rigging.

The Competition Bureau is an independent law enforcement agency that protects and promotes competition for the benefit of Canadian consumers and businesses. Competition drives lower prices and innovation while fueling economic growth.


Services and information

By topic

Learn how we protect and promote competition by: ensuring truth in advertising, investigating cartels, preventing abuse of market power, reviewing mergers as well as our advocacy work and international efforts.

Preventing Fraud

Resources to help Canadians recognize, reject and report fraud.


Consult our plans and reports, technical guidance documents and tools for consumers and businesses to find answers to your questions.

Legal actions and opinions

The Competition Bureau is responsible for the administration and enforcement of the Competition Act, the Consumer Packaging and Labelling Act, the Textile Labelling Act and the Precious Metals Marking Act. Find out more about our approach, court decisions, alternative case resolutions and written opinions.


Recognize and prevent anti-competitive conduct by consulting a variety of resources. These include support for businesses and trade associations to establish effective compliance programs and information that empowers consumers to shop with confidence.


Discover a wide range of tools to help you learn about anti-competitive conduct, CA Identification Number, labelling statutes as well as our fees and service standards. Use our online forms to file a complaint or ask a question, browse through our videos, and test your knowledge with our interactive quiz and game.

Our organization

Learn about the Bureau and the Commissioner of Competition and find out about our senior executives, branches, legislation, transparency initiative, agreements with domestic partners and job opportunities.

Why competition matters

Discover how competition drives Canada’s economy.

What we are doing

Corporate information

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