All consumers who, since March 14, 2016, paid to Mercedes-Benz West Island or APR (SAINT-JEAN) INC. ("MBWI") a fee to exercise their option to purchase their vehicle ("buyback") at the end of their lease which was not disclosed in their lease.
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All consumers who purchased in Quebec any Canada Dry Ginger Ale product marketed as “Made from Real Ginger” or “Fait à partir de vrai gingembre” at any time between January 14, 2016 and until November 11, 2020.
All residents, who at any time since March 21, 2015, resided within 350 meters of that section of the Saint-Jacques Street, (including the Saint-Jacques overpass), which runs West to East, intersecting the West perimeter of Girouard Avenue in the City of Montreal, Borough of Notre-Dame-de-Grace, and the East perimeter of Decarie Boulevard in the same Borough.
All Quebec residents who downloaded the Tim Hortons mobile application.
All persons who purchased a 2019-2020 “Tonik” ski pass for Mont-Tremblant (including persons who also purchased the “Privilege Bundle” / “Tonik Forfait de privilèges” add-on).
All persons, who, up until May 18, 2020 (inclusive) paid any sum of money to play Texas Hold’em Poker on the espacejeux and/or the OK POKER platforms.
All persons who entered into a distance contract relating to a resale ticket with any of the Defendants, whose initial date of the event was cancelled and who, upon request, did not receive a refund before the new scheduled date of the event (if applicable), since June 6, 2018.
All persons in Canada, who, since May 4, 2017, paid the costs of transportation or shipping when Sony was performing its conventional warranty, for all Sony electronic products, when the warranty for their Sony product did not stipulate that the consumer must pay transport or shipping costs.
Case name: Secondary Market Event Ticket Sales Class Action Quebec Superior Court file #: 500-06-000754-156 Important message concerning settlements reached in this file: Several companies that were initially named as Defendants have agreed to a settlement that resolves the class action insofar as it concerns them. These companies [...]
All legal and natural persons in Canada, who, since March 10, 2017, made a booking for anywhere in the world using any of RSH Travel Inc.s’ websites or mobile applications (including www.cheapoair.ca, www.cheapoair.com, www.Onetravel.ca and www.Onetravel.com) and who were charged a price higher than the price initially displayed as final and indicated as the Total Charge on their Booking Confirmation email.