Consumers residing in Quebec who purchased on the primary market at least one (1) ticket to an event in the Province of Quebec using either: a mobile phone or other mobile device via either www.ticketmaster.ca or one of the Ticketmaster mobile applications, between June 23, 2013 and May 24, 2017, or with respect to certain Quebec Venues, the www.ticketmaster.ca website with the use of a desktop computer or standard internet browser, between September 30, 2015 and May 24, 2017.
Every consumer, pursuant to the terms of Quebec’s Consumer Protection Act (“CPA”), residing in Quebec at the time of purchase, who since August 28th, 2012 (the “Class Period”), while physically located in Quebec, has purchased from any of the Respondents at least one “Ticket” (as defined in section 236.1 CPA as meaning any document or instrument that upon presentation gives the ticket holder a right of entry to a show, sporting event, cultural event, exhibition or any other kind of entertainment) either: (a) at a price above that announced by the vendor authorized to sell the Tickets by the producer of the event; and/or, (b) who paid a price higher than the price advertised by Respondents on their respective websites and/or mobile applications (at the first step), excluding the Quebec sales tax or the Goods and Services Tax; or any other group to be determined by the Court;
Class: Every consumer, pursuant to the terms of Quebec’s Consumer Protection Act, who purchased an Apple Product including an iPhone, Apple Watch, iPad, iPod and/or a MacBook;
All consumers within the meaning of Quebec’s Consumer Protection Act who purchased a ticket from Vivid Seats since November 16, 2014;
Every consumer, pursuant to the terms of Quebec’s Consumer Protection Act (“CPA”), who since July 4th, 2013 (the “Class Period”), was provided services or goods free of charge, for a fixed period (the “Fixed Period”), by any of the Defendants, and who, after the Fixed Period, was required to send a notice to any of the Defendants indicating that he/she does not wish to obtain the services or goods at the regular price (the “Regular Price”);
All consumers worldwide who have purchased before March 31, 2017 Moose Knuckles® clothing items, including but not limited to parkas, jackets, hats, boots, hoodies and sweaters which Defendant stated were “Made in Canada”. Tous les consommateurs dans le monde entier qui ont acheté avant le 31 mars 2017 un vêtement de marque Moose Knuckles®, incluant sans limitation parkas, manteaux, chapeaux, bottes, pulls et chandails, identifiés par la Défenderesse comme étant « Fabriqué au Canada ».
All natural and legal persons who have suffered damages from the maintenance work of the Turcot interchange (the “Turcot Project”)
All natural and legal persons who, since December 30th, 2013 (the “Class Period”), were issued a statement of offence involving a photo radar and/or a red light camera in the province of Quebec;
Every consumer, pursuant to the terms of Quebec’s Consumer Protection Act, who since November 15th, 2013, purchased a toy from McDonald’s (including McDonald’s franchised and company-operated restaurant sites), either with or without a Happy Meal®, for any child under thirteen years of age;
All persons in Quebec who, since January 4th, 2016 (the “Class Period”), ordered one of the following goods from the Wayfair.ca website (hereinafter “Wayfair”) and had their purchase cancelled by Wayfair as a result of a pricing error in the advertised price: i) Montgomery Loveseat listed on January 12th, 2016; ii) Laguna 8-piece seating group listed on July 15th, 2016; iii) Milano 5-piece deep seating group listed on September 6th, 2016.