The Competition Tribunal Web site has been designed to provide you with many ways to find information and this Help page lists the different options available to help you when visiting our site.
Please select any of the subjects listed below for a detailed explanation of its content.
- Contact Us
- Currency of Content
- Document Formats
- Frequently Asked Questions
- Official Languages
- Printing Pages
- Site Map
- Technical Help
This Web site has been designed with a view to make the information accessible to all users, including persons with disabilities who use adaptive technologies to receive and disseminate information.
It has been designed in accordance with Priority 1 and Priority 2 checkpoints of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) and the Common Look and Feel Standards for the Internet (CLF 2.0).
While every reasonable effort has been made to ensure the accessibility of this site, some content or services found on certain pages of our Web site might be inaccessible to some visitors. In those circumstances, an Accessibility Notice and the contact information for someone who can assist you have been provided.
We encourage accessible Internet site development and maintenance and invite your comments and suggestions for improvement of the accessibility of this site. If you require help in viewing or retrieving the content or services of this site for reasons related to accessibility, or would like to send us comments or suggestions, please contact our Webmaster at:
If you require assistance in navigating or browsing our Web site or in obtaining information, you can get help by e-mail, telephone, facsimile or regular mail.
We invite you to visit our Contact Us page for more detailed information on how to contact us for general inquiries and for inquiries related to the Registry of the tribunal.
Currency of Content
The Date Modified note appearing at the bottom-left of every web page indicates the date the web page was modified. It does not necessarily indicates the date the web page content or documents have been originally published in another format.
The date for which the content or documents have been published will be posted in either the documents themselves or on the web page where the content or documents are linking to.
Most of the content on this web site is available in HTML format. However, PDF format is also used to facilitate the displaying and printing of certain documents.
The PDF documents available on this site can be viewed or printed offline using
Acrobat Reader ©. If you do not have this software, you can download it free from the Adobe Web site. The Adobe Acrobat Web site contains instructions on configuring your browser to work with the Acrobat reader, and for support and update information.
Frequently Asked Questions
Please visit our Frequently Asked Questions page. The information you are looking for might already be posted on our web site or you might also find the answers to your questions.
You can also access all content on our web site by visiting our Site Map page.
The Competition Tribunal is committed to ensuring all information and services on this site is available in both official languages: English and French.
We invite you to read our Important Notices page for more information on the Official Languages policy.
All the pages on our Web site are of the type "Printer Friendly". The printed version will include the same content as the web page but without the navigation menus. To print any of our web pages, select "File" then "Print" from the top menu bar of your web browser.
The printed version will also include the official symbols of the Government of Canada and the Competition Tribunal, as well as the name of the page and the date that the page was last modified.
The search function allows you to perform basic searches of the entire site and can be accessed in our Search page. The search engine offers quick access to information through bilingual (French or English) searches, by keyword or phrase.
You can also access a more specific search function to find Tribunal's decisions and/or cases in our Find a Decision/Case page.
The Site Map page represents a quick view of all the information found on our Web site. It lists all the topics associated with the buttons in the top, bottom, left-side and right-side menus of our web pages.
If you are experiencing difficulties while browsing or navigating our Web site,
please contact our Webmaster at: