Gas Dealers, Irving Oil Worker Fined In Gas Cartel Case

Law360, New York (August 19, 2013, 1:38 PM EDT) -- Two gasoline dealers and an Irving Oil Corp. employee were fined a combined $45,000 on Friday after being found guilty of involvement in a conspiracy to fix gas prices in several local markets in Quebec, according to Canada's Competition Bureau.

Irving employee Yves Gosselin, Michel Lagrandeur, an independent dealer under the Royal Dutch Shell PLC banner, and Linda Proulx, an independent dealer of Petro-Canada gasoline, were sentenced to each pay a $15,000 penalty in Quebec Superior Court, the bureau said.

The trio had been found guilty...
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