Critical Case Study Analysis: George Weston Ltd. and Loblaw Companies Ltd. Bread Price-Fixing

Introduction In our daily lives, we see power differences. When these power differences are related to criminal activity, this is seen as White-Collar Crime. In Sociology 3623, my peers and I have been collecting local, current, real-world examples of these cases from the media. In this paper, I will be analyzing the current case study …

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Calgary Man Charged with Vehicle Cloning and Insurance Fraud worth $625,000

Baltej “Dave” Dhaliwal, 54, owner of Dave’s Auto Ltd. is charged with vehicle cloning and an insurance fraud scheme worth up to $625,000. Vehicle cloning is when a stolen vehicle is registered and sold with an already existing VIN (Vehicle Identification Number). The VIN numbers can be found from cars that are "wrote off" from accidents …

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Ontario Mall Among World’s Most Notorious Sources Of Pirated Goods

Markham, Ontario's Pacific Mall has recently been named as one of the most notorious sources of counterfeit goods in the world; regional police and RCMP have reportedly seized counterfeit goods such as video games, DVDs, and other electronics from the mall which were said to be valued at millions of dollars. The U.S. Office of the …

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Marketing Gone Wrong: When Has The Fine Line Between Marketing and False Marketing Been Crossed

Bell is one of Canada’s largest telecommunications companies and was first opened their Canadian office in Montreal, Quebec in the year 1880. They offer a wide range of product for both personal and professional use. They provide internet, TV, home phone services, personal phone services and many more. Do You Read the Fine Print? Since …

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