Stéphane Lamoureux appointed Senior Deputy Commissioner, Cartels and Deceptive Marketing Practices

News release

December 2, 2019 – OTTAWA, ON – Competition Bureau

Commissioner of Competition Matthew Boswell has appointed Stéphane Lamoureux to the position of Senior Deputy Commissioner, Cartels and Deceptive Marketing Practices.

Mr. Lamoureux has held senior positions in Legal Services for a variety of Government of Canada departments, most recently at Employment and Social Development Canada Legal Services, where he was General Counsel responsible for the Learning, Corporate Services and Integrity group. Prior to that, he was General Counsel and Executive Director of Natural Resources Canada Legal Services, where he oversaw the provision of legal services to the Department and was a member of its senior management table.

Mr. Lamoureux also served as Deputy Commissioner, Deceptive Marketing Practices at the Competition Bureau from November 2014 to January 2016. Prior to that, he worked in Competition Bureau Legal Services.

He is a member of the Barreau du Québec and obtained his law degree from the University of Montreal. He also holds a master’s degree in public administration from the École nationale d’administration publique.

Quotes

“I’m very pleased to welcome Stéphane back to the Competition Bureau. His strong leadership and extensive legal and enforcement experience will be tremendous assets for the Bureau as we work to protect Canadians from harmful criminal and deceptive conduct.”

Matthew Boswell,
Commissioner of Competition

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