The outcome of ongoing cases could have an impact on the Bureau’s litigation-focussed enforcement policy, says Omar Wakil in Global Competition Review

The Enforcer Departs

November 06, 2012

Melanie Aitken took over Canada’s Competition Bureau three years ago with a mandate to improve antitrust enforcement in the country. She’s done that, bringing scores of cases resulting in guilty pleas and courtroom victories. While critics of her enforcement agenda and approach remain, she insists her time at the bureau was good for Canadians.

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