The Canadian Competition Bureau jointly lays 77 charges against 11 individuals and 9 companies in the construction industry in connection with a Quebec bid-rigging case (Carrière Bernier, Cie Wilfrid Allen)

Competition Bureau Jointly Lays 77 Charges Against 11 Individuals and 9 Companies in Quebec Bid-rigging Case – Tough Stance on Criminal Enforcement Continues* On June 21, 2012 the Competition Bureau announced that, together with the Unité permanente anticorruption (UPAC) in Quebec, it has laid 77 charges against 11 individuals and 9 companies in relation to a broad range of allegations that include corruption in municipal affairs, breach of trust, influencing municipal officers, fraud upon the government, production and use of counterfeit documents, accepting reward, advance or benefit, extortion and conspiracy. With respect to allegations of competition law violations, the Bureau has announced that bid-rigging charges were also laid under section 47 of the Competition Act. According

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Steve Szentesi, The Canadian Competition Bureau jointly lays 77 charges against 11 individuals and 9 companies in the construction industry in connection with a Quebec bid-rigging case (Carrière Bernier, Cie Wilfrid Allen), 21 June 2012, e-Competitions Bulletin June 2012, Art. N° 47322

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