Canada Post allegedly collected and used for commercial purposes personal information from recipients of mail and packages delivered by Canada Post, without first obtaining their consent.
The class action aims to obtain a judgment ordering Canada Post to pay members of the Group an amount equal to the value of the personal information collected without their consent. The action also aims to obtain payment by Canada Post of punitive damages.
Any person residing in Quebec and having a postal address and whose personal information has been used without their consent by the Defendant for marketing purposes, all since April 16, 2004
Remedies sought for consumers
CONDEMN the Defendant to pay to the members of the Group a sum equal to the value of the personal information collected without consent by the Defendant, with interest at the legal rate plus the additional indemnity provided for in article 1619 C.c.Q. calculated from the judgment to intervene.;
CONDEMN the Defendant, as punitive damages, to pay to the Plaintiff and the members of the Group a total sum of twenty-five million dollars, with interest at the legal rate plus the additional indemnity provided for in article 1619 C.c.Q. calculated from the judgment to intervene.;
Registration is not a mandatory condition to be part of the class action. However, it allows us to communicate with the class members and keep them informed of important developments in the case. Also, registration allows us to better establish the case against the defendant.
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For more information
Please contact Me Francis Thibault-Ménard at 514-336-2769 extension 206 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org