2 more engineering executives plead guilty in Gatineau bid-rigging case
July 25, 2019 - OTTAWA, ON - Competition Bureau
Two former executives of engineering firms Cima+ and Genivar (now WSP Canada) pleaded guilty today in the Superior Court of Quebec for participating in a bid-rigging scheme that bilked the City of Gatineau out of an estimated $1.8 million over 4 years.
The Commissioner of Competition is pleased to announce that, under the Interchange Canada program, Mr. George McDonald, currently Associate Partner and Senior Account Leader at IBM, will bring his experience and expertise in organizational evolution and digital transformation to the Competition Bureau.
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Ticketmaster L.L.C., TNow Entertainment Group, Inc. and Ticketmaster Canada LP will pay a $4 million penalty and $500,000 for costs incurred by the Competition Bureau during its investigation into allegedly misleading pricing claims in online ticket sales.
The Competition Bureau has concluded its review of the proposed merger between Harris Corporation (Harris) and L3 Technologies, Inc. (L3) and has issued a No Action Letter (NAL) to the companies. The NAL confirms that the Bureau will not challenge the proposed merger at this time. The terms of the NAL are subject to the implementation of a consent decree between the United States Department of Justice (U.S. DOJ) and the merging parties.