Current Class Actions
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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.
The representative plaintiff Bands in this certified class action, Tk’emlúps te Secwépemc Indian Band and shíshálh Band, are suing the Government of Canada for damages to Bands arising from Indian Residential Schools, and in particular, the collective harm suffered by Bands due to loss of language and culture. The case is currently scheduled to go to trial in September 2022. Learn more.
This proposed class action against the Government of Ontario and Ontario’s Children’s Aid Societies alleges that the usage of birth alerts/notifications violated the privacy and Charter rights of pregnant persons. Learn more.
This proposed consumer protection class action is brought against Canadian cannabis companies which are alleged to have misrepresented the quantity of THC or CBD in their products. Canadian consumers may have received lower quantities of THC or CBD than they contracted for or higher quantities than expected, creating a danger to their health. Learn more.
This class action is brought against 8262900 Canada Inc. o/a CarePartners, on behalf of current and former CarePartners patients and non-unionized staff whose personal information was compromised in a cyber-attack that was reported on June 18, 2018. The action was certified for the purposes of effecting a settlement on March 2, 2022. Learn more.
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This certified class action relates to allegations that Dr. Martin Jugenburg (who markets himself as “Dr. 6ix”) recorded his patients without their consent using surveillance cameras throughout his clinic, including during private doctor-patient consultations, while nude or semi-nude, and during surgeries. Learn more.
These five proposed class actions relate to Fortress’ syndicated mortgage loans on the developments called: (1) Collier Centre – in respect of the 2012 syndicated mortgage loan only; (2) Progress Manors Ten88; (3) Sutton/The Link; (4) Harmony Village Lake Simcoe/The Kemp; and (5) Orchard Calgary. Learn more.
This certified class action is brought on behalf of the approximately 40,000 Canadian taxpayers who suffered damages as a result of their participation in the GLGI charitable donation program between 2004-2014. Learn more.
This proposed class action brought against the Government of Canada alleges that the practice of holding Immigration Detainees in Provincial Prisons is unlawful. Learn more.
This proposed class action is brought against LifeLabs and associated companies on behalf of up to approximately 15 million Canadians whose personal information, including highly sensitive health information, was compromised in a cyberattack. Learn more.
This certified 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 certified class action is brought against BMW AG and BMW Canada on behalf of thousands of Canadian owners and lessees of certain 2002-2008 model year MINI Cooper vehicles which contain allegedly defective power steering systems. Learn more.
This proposed privacy breach class action is brought against Rogers Communications Inc. for its practice of conducting soft credit checks on its customers for marketing and promotional purposes, without their consent. 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. A settlement was approved by the court on February 11, 2022. Learn more.
This proposed class action is brought against Agromart and its parent company, Sollio Agriculture, on behalf of all Canadians whose personal information was compromised in a breach of Agromart’s computer systems. Learn more.