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The Competition Bureau has been ordered to pay $13 million to Rogers Communications and Shaw Communications by the Competition Tribunal. (Shutterstock)

Despite legal costs awarded to Rogers-Shaw, the competition commissioner’s challenge to the telecom merger was not a waste of taxpayer money

Enforcement agencies like the Competition Bureau have a duty to pursue cases they consider to be well-founded and in the public interest. But it’s unrealistic to expect they will win every time.
A recent report from Canada’s competition watchdog found that a lack of competition in the grocery sector has led to higher prices for consumers. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Graeme Roy

Increasing monopoly power poses a threat to Canada’s post-pandemic economic recovery

As Canada embarks on its post-pandemic economic recovery, policymakers must ensure economic resilience and inclusiveness while preventing existing monopoly issues from worsening.

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