CANADA: Alberta Judge to rule on horsemeat selling grocer next month
Jane Jay, the fifty-year-old proprietor of Calgary grocery store Can-Na Foods accused of passing off horseflesh as beef, must wait until next month for a verdict on a case. Alberta court judge Brian Stevenson adjourned the deceptive labelling trial until 31 July following the legal arguments put by defence and prosecution lawyers in court Tuesday.
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