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A Quebec consumers' group is seeking class-action status for a suit against a beer distributor managed by Sleeman Breweries that was found recently fined for trying to prevent retailers in the province from offering discounts on its products. La Compagnie Brasserie Stroh, a Quebec beer distributor managed by Sleeman Breweries Ltd admitted to trying to prevent retailers from offering discounts on its beers. The company fined C$250,000 after a Federal Court case.


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