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Colmatec pleads guilty for role in Quebec sewer bid-rigging cartel

 |  June 24, 2012

Colmatec and its operations director Rénald Drouin have pleaded guilty for their role in a Quebec sewer services cartel. Colmatec will pay a $50,000 fine and Drouin will perform 100 hours of community service.

So far, six companies and five individuals have pleaded guilty to a bid-rigging conspiracy for municipal and provincial sewer contracts since the Competition Bureau began its investigation in 2009. The other companies are Canalisation Nord Américaine, Groupe Esthétix, Chalifoux Sani Laurentides Inc., Kelly Sani-Vac Inc., and MSC Réhabilitation Inc.

Full content: Competition Bureau Press Release


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