Loblaw says court documents regarding an alleged industry-wide bread price-fixing scheme won’t be released today.
An unidentified individual has filed an application against releasing them.
Loblaw says it concerns a person seeking to have their name redacted from the documents.
The information, which outlines why the Competition Bureau wanted search warrants in the case against at least seven companies, including Canada’s three major grocers, has been sealed for 30 days and was due to be released this morning.
Next up will be an appearance next Friday to set a date for the court to hear the application.