Shopping around for a vehicle? You may not want to tell the dealer that, Ontario man learns the hard way

An Ontario man found it didn't pay to shop around after he had a sale price on an ATV rescinded when he tried to get his hometown dealer to match the offer, a situation an expert in Canadian competition law says almost certainly contravenes the Competition Act.

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