Canada’s Top Court Won’t Hear Bread Price-Fixing Witness Case

OTTAWA – The Supreme Court of Canada will not hear an appeal of a lower court decision that kept the identities of a pair of key witnesses in the Competition Bureau’s bread price-fixing investigation confidential.

As is usual, the Supreme Court gave no detailed reasons for its decision.

Sobeys Inc. and Metro Inc. had sought the disclosure of the identities of witnesses, however the Ontario Superior Court ruled the witnesses were protected by confidential informer status.

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