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Agreements with domestic partners

The Competition Bureau engages with a variety of domestic partners and agencies to advance competition and innovation in the Canadian marketplace. Formal agreements and memoranda of understanding (MOUs) reinforce those relationships and help establish a framework for interaction, information sharing, cooperation in enforcement or collaboration in other matters of mutual interest.

To view the Competition Bureau’s cooperation instruments with international partners, please visit the international efforts page.

BC Financial Services Authority

Business Practices and Consumer Protection Authority of British Columbia (Consumer Protection BC)

Canadian Intellectual Property Office (CIPO)

Canadian Radio‑television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC)

Competition Tribunal

Defence Construction Canada

Government of Yukon

Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada

Inspector General of Montreal

Market Surveillance Administrator of Alberta

Ontario Energy Board and the Commissioner of Competition of the Competition Bureau

Ontario’s Independent Electricity System Operator

Ontario Ministry of Government and Consumer Services

Ontario Provincial Police (OPP)

Ontario Securities Commission (OSC)

Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada

Public Prosecution Service of Canada

Public Works and Government Services (PWGS)

Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP)

Transport Canada Policy Group

Ville de Laval (Bureau d'intégrité et d'éthique)

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