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A former general manager sued Fastenal Canada in B.C. Supreme Court, claiming he was fired from his $68,000 job for complaining on Twitter about receiving a holiday gift box containing only a $6 bottle of barbecue sauce and a barbecue scraper.

VANCOUVER, B.C. — A former general manager sued Fastenal Canada in B.C. Supreme Court, claiming he was fired from his $68,000 job for complaining on Twitter about receiving a holiday gift box containing only a $6 bottle of barbecue sauce and a barbecue scraper.

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