Canada's Competition Bureau Commissioner To Step Down

Law360, New York (June 28, 2012, 6:09 PM EDT) -- The head of Canada’s antitrust bureau on Thursday announced her decision to resign in September, two years prior to the end of her term, after a seven-year career with the regulator.

Melanie Aitken, commissioner of the Competition Bureau, said in a statement that she felt privileged to serve as the leader of the watchdog. She gave no reason for her departure.

“At the outset, I identified clear goals to reinvigorate enforcement at the bureau and, with the help of the bureau’s dedicated staff, I believe we...
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