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Last winter's Canadian ice hockey season was wiped out by a wage dispute and while both team owners and players counted the cost, Canada's brewers also paid a heavy penalty, deprived of both a prime sales opportunity and a key marketing vehicle for their brands. Monica Dobie reports.


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