Ten people have been charged in connection with an alleged insider trading scheme involving the buying of Alberta-based Eveready Inc. shares just before it was sold to U.S.-based Clean Harbors Inc. two years ago.
The Alberta Securities Commission has issued a notice of hearing claiming nine of the accused were in possession of information not revealed generally when they bought shares in Eveready between January and April 2009.
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