StubHub Canada Ltd. and StubHub Inc. will pay a $1.3 million penalty as part of an agreement with the Competition Bureau to correct what the Bureau concluded are misleading pricing claims in the online sale of tickets to entertainment and sporting events.
February 12, 2020 - OTTAWA, ON - Competition Bureau
On February 11, 2020, the Competition Bureau obtained court orders to advance an ongoing investigation into alleged anti-competitive policies or practices of certain manufacturers and wholesalers of agricultural products operating in western Canada.
To protect competition for farmers located near Virden, Manitoba, the Competition Bureau is challenging Parrish & Heimbecker’s (P&H) recent acquisition of a primary grain elevator in that area from Louis Dreyfus Company (LDC).
The Competition Bureau has reached an interim agreement with American Iron & Metal Company Inc. (AIM) to preserve specific assets while it pursues an investigation into AIM’s acquisition of Total Metal Recovery Inc. (TMR).
Did you know that you might not always be buying directly from the retailer whose website you’re browsing? More and more big-name retailers are incorporating online marketplaces into their sites where other vendors can sell their goods. This means that when you’re shopping on the website of a retailer, some of the products offered may be from independent sellers.