More than a decade after a tip led the Competition Bureau to conduct an investigation on eight Montreal-area companies suspected of rigging bids for private sector contracts, a Quebec numbered company specializing in the installation […]
Days after the new president of the Quebec legal society said that the landmark Jordan ruling could “do us good if we could solve the problem,” Quebec Justice Minister Stephanie Vallée called on the federal government […]
A group of Ottawa-based technology providers were found not guilty of 60 charges of bid-rigging and conspiracy to rig bids by a jury after an eight-month criminal trial in a case that provides guidance and […]
Days after the head of the Quebec Crown testified before a National Assembly parliamentary commission over the impact of the Supreme Court of Canada’s landmark Jordan ruling on the province’s criminal justice system, Justice Minister […]
In the second-largest fine ever ordered by a court in Canada for bid-rigging offenses, the Ontario Superior Court of Justice fined Mitsubishi Electric Corp. $13.4 million after it plead guilty to three counts of bid-rigging […]
The last time it happened a superior court judge apologized.
When Judge Réna Émond of the Court of Québec imposed just before the Christmas holidays fines totaling $120,000 on Danny Gagné and ISpeedzone Inc. for illegal practice as a securities dealer, it wrapped up a […]
Sometimes credit has to be given where credit is due. Under growing pressure to mitigate a growing backlog of cases in the criminal justice system, the Quebec government announced last December that it was going […]