All consumers within the meaning of Quebec’s Consumer Protection Act (hereinafter the “CPA”), who any time before June 28th, 2016 (the “Class Period”), purchased any of the Chest of Drawers recalled by IKEA Canada, including but not limited to the following models: ASKVOLL, BRIMNES, BRUSALI, BUSUNGE, HEMNES, HURDAL, IKEA PS 2012, KOPPANG, KULLEN, MALM, NORNÄS, STOCKHOLM, STUVA, SUNDVIK, TARVA, TROGEN, TRYSIL, TYSSEDAL, UNDREDAL, Alesund, Alleby, Alvesta, Aneboda, Angus, Ånes, Arup, Askedal, Aspelund, Balstar, Bankeryd, Bergsmo, Bialitt, Birkeland, Blimp, Boj, Brett, Boksta, BJÖRN, BÖRKVALLA, Diktad, Edland, Elis, Engan, Eksil, Fjell, Fjord, Flaten, Fridolin, Granås, Gute, Haddal, Hajdeby, Hensvik, Herrestad, Holleby, Hovdal, Hopen, Hosteland, Kabin, Kirkenes, Knot, Kusk, Kurs, Kviby, Leksvik, Lo, Lomen, Mac, Mast, Mammut, Mandal, Meråker, Midsund, Natura, Narvik, Nordli, Nordnes, Nyvoll, Ottenby, Rakke, Ramberg, Ranvik, Rodd, Robin, Rustik, Sala, Skarnes, Sandefjord, Stranda, Sveio, Stavanger, Tassa, Tovik, Trandum, Trondheim, Varde, Vajer, Vallvik, Vestby,Vinstra, Visdalen, Vollen (hereinafter the “Defective Chests”);
All natural persons, legal persons established for a private interest, partnerships and associations or other groups not endowed with juridical personality, resident in Canada (subsidiarily Quebec), who, any time between May 8th, 2006 to November 30th, 2015 (the “Class Period”), purchased and/or leased one or more of the Nissan Versa Model Years 2007-2012 (the “Defective Vehicles”) manufactured, distributed, supplied, wholesaled and/or imported by Nissan;
All current and former residents of Canada who have purchased Red Bull;
All persons in Canada (subsidiarily Quebec) who, since October 13th, 2012, ordered or purchased any goods or services from the Respondent by internet, by phone, by catalogue, and/or in-store (hereinafter the “Purchase”), and who, after receiving a confirmation of their Purchase from Sears at the price which it initially advertised, subsequently had their Purchase cancelled by the Sears, who did not respect the price it initially advertised.
StubHub, Ticketmaster and other Ticket Resellers: Illegally Selling above Face Value and Charging a Higher Price than Advertised – Canada Class Action
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;
Bell Canada: False Representations about Bell Fibe™ connecting Fibre Optics to the Home – Quebec Class Action
All consumers within the meaning of Quebec’s Consumer Protection Act, residing in Quebec, who subscribed to “FIBE TV” and/or “FIBE Internet” offered by Bell Canada between May 1st, 2012 and March 30th, 2017, and who were not connected to a 100% fibre optics network, or, who were not connected to a network entirely composed of fibre optics.