Combined with real estate, the building materials and construction industries contribute more to Canada’s GDP than manufacturing, mining, and oil and gas extraction.
Government agencies, including the Competition Bureau (Bureau) and the Investment Review Division (IRD) of Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada (ISED) can have an impact on the business operations and transaction planning of building materials and construction companies in Canada. These types of companies operating in or planning to enter the Canadian market must be aware of, and fully comply with, applicable competition laws, whether bidding for a new project, merging with a competitor or engaging in its daily business operations.
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