(a) a corporation gives the Commission a collective bargaining notice that relates (wholly or partly) to collective boycott conduct or proposed collective boycott conduct; and
(b) the Commission reasonably believes that:
(i) apart from this section, the Commission would have grounds to give the corporation an objection notice relating to the collective bargaining notice; and
(ii) those grounds would not exist if particular conditions relating to the conduct or proposed conduct were complied with;
the Commission may give the corporation a written notice imposing those conditions.
(2) The Commission must, in or with the notice under subsection (1), give the corporation a written statement of its reasons for giving the notice.