Current Class Actions
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This certified class action is brought on behalf of the approximately 60,000 Canadian taxpayers who suffered damages as a result of their participation in the GLGI charitable donation program between 2004-2014. Learn more.
This certified class action is brought on behalf of every person resident in Canada that has been implanted with one of several specific models of the St. Jude Defibrillator (ICD). Learn more
This certified class action is brought on behalf of all persons who attended the Royal Winnipeg Ballet School from 1987 to 2015 who were photographed by Bruce Monk in a private setting, and the dependents of those students. Learn more
This certified class action is brought on behalf of anyone who attended at any Indian Residential School, for any times they attended as a “Day Scholar” (i.e. non-resident student), as well as their children, and the bands within communities that contained a Residential School.
This proposed national class action is brought by former and current patients of Canadian hospitals who were exposed to dangerous bacteria through the use of the Sorin 3T Heater Cooler System manufactured and distributed by LivaNova / Sorin. Learn more
This privacy class action is brought on behalf of: All persons who: (1) were insured by The Personal Insurance Company under a valid automobile insurance policy between January 2012 and May 2019; (2) made an automobile insurance claim under that policy with The Personal during that time; and (3) consented to the collection and/or use of their credit score by The Personal or its agents as part of the fraud prevention and detection needs of The Personal’s claims management process. Learn more
This proposed class action is brought against the Province of Alberta for its systemic failure to conduct bail hearings within 24 hours of an arrest as required by the Criminal Code and the Charter. Learn more
This proposed class action is brought against the Ontario government on behalf of Crown Wards who were not Canadian citizens during their Crown wardship. It alleges that the government was negligent and breached its fiduciary duty to seek and secure Canadian citizenship for the class members and/or to obtain and secure the necessary documentation for a citizenship application, leaving the Class Members stranded without citizenship or the ready means to obtain it upon their release from Crown custody. Learn more