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First Nations Schools Class Action

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First Nations Schools Class Action

May 24, 2023

Klein Lawyers filed this class action against the Government of Canada to seek compensation and future change for Indigenous children who attended First Nations schools on reserves in Canada. The government of Canada has been responsible for establishing and funding the education system for First Nations managed elementary and secondary schools on reserves. The plaintiff […]

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Adult Guardianship Class Action

March 3, 2023

Class Action for those detained under the Adult Guardianship Act Emergency Provisions On November 25, 2022, Klein Lawyers filed a class action on behalf of individuals who were illegally detained under the Adult Guardianship Act emergency assistance provisions. The lawsuit alleges that certain agencies in British Columbia have been illegally detaining individuals. These detentions are […]

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TDF Injuries: Viread, Truvada, Atripla, Complera and Stribild Class Action

December 8, 2022

What you’ll discover on this page: What Is the Viread, Truvada, Atripla, Complera and Stribild Class Action About? On April 19, 2021, Klein Lawyers filed a class action lawsuit on behalf of all persons who were prescribed and consumed Viread, Truvada, Atripla, Complera, and/or Stribild in Canada. These five drugs are tenofovir disoproxil fumarate (“TDF”) […]

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Tobacco Class Action

This class action was filed in the Supreme Court of British Columbia on behalf British Columbians who purchased so-called “light” and “mild” cigarettes sold by Imperial Tobacco. The lawsuit alleges that the defendant, Imperial Tobacco Canada Limited, engaged in “deceptive trade practices” contrary to the Trade Practices Act in the marketing of its light cigarette […]

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Tim Hortons Class Action

Klein Lawyers has filed a proposed class action lawsuit against the TDL Group Corp., the owner of the Tim Hortons brand. The suit alleges that the TDL Group required Tim Hortons restaurant owners to sign anti-competitive no-hire clauses, also referred to as no-poach clauses.  No-hire clauses are secretive arrangements which prohibit one Tim Hortons restaurant […]

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TELUS Communications Inc – Pre-Paid Charges

Klein Lawyers has filed a class action lawsuit against TELUS Communications Inc on behalf of former customers, excluding business customers, who between January 6, 2016, and October 1, 2018 (the class period), cancelled their wireless service agreements with TELUS. The suit was filed on October 1, 2018, by representative plaintiff Marjorie Nelson. The class action […]

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RCMP General Harassment Class Action

On October 4, 2021, Klein Lawyers filed a class action lawsuit on behalf of a class of persons who worked within the RCMP workplace and were subjected to systemic bullying, intimidation and harassment within the workplace.  The class includes all current and former temporary civilian employees, community constables, supernumerary special constables, auxiliary constables, cadets, pre-cadets, […]

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Propecia & Proscar

December 7, 2022

Klein Lawyers has filed a class action lawsuit against Merck Frosst Canada and its affiliated companies on behalf of Canadian men who used Propecia or Proscar and suffered continuing sexual dysfunction. Propecia and Proscar are prescribed as a cosmetic treatment for male pattern hair loss also known as androgenic alopecia. The product monograph discloses that […]

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Monsanto Roundup Class Action

What you’ll discover on this page: Have You Been Diagnosed with Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma After Using Roundup? Roundup is an herbicide that has been widely used in Canada for more than 40 years. Manufactured by Monsanto (now a subsidiary of Bayer), Roundup is used to eliminate weeds in residential, commercial, and agricultural settings. Glyphosate, the primary […]

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Indian Hospitals Class Action

Indian Hospitals were operational throughout Canada between 1936 and 1981. They were operational specifically in British Columbia between approximately 1936 and 1971. They were purportedly established to treat and care for Indigenous Persons with certain diseases such as tuberculosis. In reality, these institutions advanced Canada’s policy of assimilation. Indigenous Persons were forcibly removed from their […]

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Indian Boarding Homes Class Action

We are pleased to report that the parties have reached a Settlement Agreement in the Indian Boarding Homes Class Action.   The Indian Boarding Home Program was an educational program in which the Government of Canada removed Indigenous children and adolescents from their families and Indigenous communities. These children were transported to distant communities to stay with boarding families while […]

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Facebook Device Manufacturers Class Action

Partial Consent Certification for Settlement Purposes A class action has been certified by the BC Supreme Court in Moretti et al v. Facebook, Inc. S.C.B.C. No. VLC S-1813727 against Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd. and Sony Group Corp. for settlement purposes only on January 19, 2022.   The Notice can be found here:

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Correctional Service Canada – Racism

Proposed representative plaintiffs, Jennifer Constant and Jennifer Anne Sanderson, have filed a class action lawsuit against their former employer the Correctional Service of Canada (“CSC”). The suit was filed on January 11, 2021. Ms. Constant and Ms. Sanderson filed on behalf of individuals who currently work or formerly worked for or with the CSC.  Ms. […]

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Chevrolet Bolt Car Fire Class Action

On May 21, 2021, Klein Lawyers filed a class action lawsuit against General Motors Company for alleged defects in its Chevrolet Bolt Electric Vehicle (Chevy Bolt EV) resulting in car fires.  The lawsuit was filed on behalf of consumers who purchased or leased 2017 through 2022 Chevy Bolt EVs and 2022 Chevy Bolt EUVs. These […]

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Canadian Hockey League Serious Injury Class Action

December 6, 2022

A proposed class action was started against the CHL and Hockey Canada on behalf of all current and former CHL players who suffered injuries caused by fighting in CHL games. The claim alleges that the CHL and Hockey Canada perpetuated an environment that permitted, condoned, and even encouraged fighting and violence in the game among […]

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Biomet Hip Implants

On October 4, 2013, a class action lawsuit was filed in Canada against the manufacturers and distributors of Biomet Hip Implants. The lawsuit alleges that the defendants were negligent in the research, design, manufacture, regulatory licensing, sale and post-market monitoring of the Biomet Implants. The Biomet Implants are classified as Class III devices under Health […]

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Auto Parts Class Actions

Several proposed class action lawsuits have been started against automotive part manufacturers who are alleged to have conspired to raise the price of various automotive parts. This conduct has reduced competition in the automotive parts industry, and the prices of the affected automotive parts have been artificially increased. The affected automotive parts are alleged to […]

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Audiobooks Class Action

A class action has been filed for customers of audiobooks sold by Audible, Amazon and Apple. In 2003, Audible and Apple entered into an exclusivity agreement for the sale of audiobooks in Canada. The agreement ended at the end of 2017. This class action lawsuit alleges the agreement was illegal for violating competition law in Canada. […]

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RCMP Racism Class Action

November 29, 2022

Klein Lawyers has filed a class action lawsuit against the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (“RCMP”) on behalf of racialized individuals who currently work or formerly worked for or with the RCMP. The suit was filed on July 7, 2020 by former RCMP aboriginal constable Margorie Hudson. Ms. Hudson is the proposed representative plaintiff in this […]

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