Gov’t Probe Hits Airline Food

Canada’s second-largest airport is accused of breaching the Competition Act following a two-year probe of airline catering contracts. Anti-trust investigators yesterday referred allegations against the Vancouver Airport Authority to the federal Competition Tribunal: ‘It engaged in conduct that constitutes an abuse of a dominant market position’.

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