Canada’s New Appetite for Antitrust Litigation: Cross-Border Mergers will be Scrutinized

Commissioner of Competition v CCS Corporation marks the first time since 2006 that the Competition Bureau challenged a merger before Canada’s Competiton Tribunal. The resulting decision, in the Commissioner’s favour, demonstrates that antitrust enforcement plays an important role in Canada.

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