In a recent decision of the Quebec Superior Court, R. c. Gosselin et al., three individuals were convicted at trial for conspiracy to fix the retail price of gasoline. These marked the first convictions in a reported, contested proceeding rendered under the conspiracy provisions of the Competition Act in more than 15 years. The Bureau relied on its extensive investigative powers, particularly wiretaps, to amass evidence of the conspiracy. The case signals the government's willingness to prosecute criminal conduct when there is a reasonable basis to do so and a plea agreement cannot be secured, even where the volume of affected commerce is relatively small.