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Competition Bureau reaches settlement with HarperCollins in ebooks case

OTTAWA – The Competition Bureau announced today that it has reached an agreement with publisher HarperCollins which the Commissioner expects will restore retail price competition for ebooks in Canada. T his agreement follows a Bureau investigation that concluded an anti-competitive arrangement between HarperCollins, competing publishers and Apple ultimately led to higher prices for Canadian consumers. The […]

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Impacted communities celebrate amid Energy East Pipeline calcellation

TransCanada announced today that it will not move forward with the $15.7B Energy East Pipeline. “This is an enormous win. For the past five year a broad movement of people in frontline communities and across Canada have been working to stop this pipeline” said Stephen Thomas, Energy Campaign coordinator with the Ecology Action Centre. “These […]

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