SCOC rejects class-action status request in biotech canola suit

12/14/2007 | Google

The Supreme Court of Canada on Thursday refused to grant class-action status to a lawsuit filed by two organic farmers against Monsanto Canada over biotech canola. The farmers claimed that the biotech canola hurt their business because open pollination means their crops can't be certified organic. A Monsanto spokeswoman said the company always thought the allegations had no merit.

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