Canada’s Competition Bureau is looking into alleged anti-competitive practices in Apple Canada’s contracts with cell phone carriers, The Toronto Star reports. The bureau has filed requests for iPhone sales records from Rogers, Bell and Telus after court-ordered disclosures from Apple Canada last December left bureau investigators dissatisfied, a source says. A judge is expected to rule on the request today, and a bureau spokesman was careful to point out that there is no conclusion of wrongdoing by Apple Canada at this time. If the court finds Apple’s contracts with cell carriers unfairly prevent promotion of competing handsets, the carriers could renegotiate the terms of those deals as those respective contracts with Apple expire. Apple couldn’t be reached for comment.