The Canadian Competition Bureau publishes guidance on “product of Canada” and “made in Canada” claims

Introduction Canada's Competition Bureau (the “Bureau”), an independent enforcement agency that assists the Commissioner of Competition (the “Commissioner”) in protecting and promoting competition, released its Enforcement Guidelineson“product of Canada” and “made in Canada” Claims(the “Guidelines”) on 22 December 2009 [1]. The Guidelines were initially issued as a draft in July 2009 and formed the basis for subsequent public consultations with the final version taking into account comments received during the consultation period. The Guidelines The Guidelines are the latest version of the Bureau's guidance on “made in Canada” claims and explain its current enforcement approach when

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Gavin Murphy, The Canadian Competition Bureau publishes guidance on “product of Canada” and “made in Canada” claims, 22 December 2009, e-Competitions December 2009, Art. N° 30635

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