The Canadian Competition Bureau launches the "Whistleblowing Initiative" in order to encourage the general public and the business community to report suspected violations of the Competition Act

New Competition Act Whistleblowers Page* Given the recently increased focus on criminal competition law matters (e.g., cartels) and whistleblowing, the latter in the competition law world and corporate crime area generally, I thought I would launch a new whistleblowing page on the blog. A kind of rolling compilation of Canadian competition law whistleblowing information. For my first go at a few key recent Canadian competition law whistleblowing sources see: whistleblowers or below. As usual for my competition law overviews, I’ve endeavoured to include a few quotes that I’ve come across and thought were really rather good, including Ralph Nadar’s inaugural definition of “whistleblower” from the 1970s. “There is no law, no system, no set of regulations which can more effectively hold

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Steve Szentesi, The Canadian Competition Bureau launches the "Whistleblowing Initiative" in order to encourage the general public and the business community to report suspected violations of the Competition Act, 28 May 2013, e-Competitions Bulletin May 2013, Art. N° 59780

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