A Muslim couple's beef over the salami at a B. C. grocery store has been dismissed by the B. C. Human Rights Tribunal.

William and Micheline Issa filed a complaint with the tribunal on behalf of themselves and their three children, saying the Real Canadian Superstore in the Vancouver suburb of Coquitlam served them salami containing pork a year ago.

The couple said consuming pork would violate their religious beliefs.

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