Judge hears submissions in case of alleged breach of contract with Yukon propane company

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Court proceedings have wrapped and now a Yukon judge must decide whether a Whitehorse helicopter company is on the hook for more than $18,000 for breaching a contract with its propane supplier.

Super Save Propane sued Fireweed Helicopters in the Small Claims Court of Yukon in December 2021. It claims it had a five-year contract for propane supply with Fireweed beginning in November 2017, but that Fireweed ended the contract early and without notice.

Super Save says Fireweed should pay for the propane it would have purchased from the company over the remainder of the contract, which it says amounts to $18,480, plus interest.

Super Save cites a clause in the contract that

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