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    In small-town Ontario, a protest by shoppers over being ‘horse-traded’

    The guiding principle of the Competition Bureau proclaims the overriding power of the well-meant abstraction: Competition is good.

    But somewhere in the unbridgeable distance between the bureau’s office block in Gatineau, Que., and the horse-drawn Mennonite buggies clip-clopping down the busy main street of Elmira, Ont., this benevolent concept has taken a troubling turn.

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