The Canadian Competition Authority announces that the Public Prosecution Service has filed a preferred indictment against five contractors for alleged conspiracy to divide up contracts for refurbishment services for social housing units (Geoff Gregoire / Guy Pringle / James Kauk / Ryan Lamont / Doug Gunnarson)

Contractors in Brandon, Manitoba, charged with conspiracy related to social housing projects*News release The Competition Bureau announced today that the Public Prosecution Service of Canada filed a preferred indictment against five contractors in Brandon, Manitoba, for alleged conspiracy to divide up contracts, among themselves, for refurbishment services for social housing units.

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Canadian Competition Bureau, The Canadian Competition Authority announces that the Public Prosecution Service has filed a preferred indictment against five contractors for alleged conspiracy to divide up contracts for refurbishment services for social housing units (Geoff Gregoire / Guy Pringle / James Kauk / Ryan Lamont / Doug Gunnarson), 19 December 2022, e-Competitions December 2022, Art. N° 110252

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