Bill C-56: The Good, the Bad, and the Useless of the Federal Affordability Legislation

Michael Osborne contributed an article to The Globe and Mail discussing a new bill, C-56, which contains amendments to the Competition Act to make groceries affordable again. Michael covers how this bill will broaden the Competition Tribunal’s power to end agreements between non-competitors, the emphasis on market studies, and the impact this bill will have on the bureau’s independence and ability to enforce the Competition Act.

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