Guilty pleas continue in gasoline price-fixing conspiracy
April 4th, 2013
Two individuals have pleaded guilty to fixing the price of gasoline in Sherbrooke, Quebec. The Quebec Superior Court sentenced them to pay $8,000 in fines.
To date, 33 individuals and seven companies have pleaded guilty or were found guilty of gas price-fixing. Fines in excess of $3 million have been levied and sentences to be served in the community have been imposed on six individuals.
Read the Bureau’s press release.