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Canadian Aero v O'Malley, [1974] SCR 592 (Link)


A fiduciary (director or officer of the corporation) cannot use opportunities acquired from their position as a fiduciary to compete with the corporation.

This is an exception to the general rule that Directors and Officers can leave a corporation and subsequently do competing business (Metropolitan Commercial Carpet Centre v Donovan)

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