Class Actions

A class action is a procedural vehicle which allows one representative to sue on behalf of a group to assert a collective right. A class action facilitates access to justice, minimizes costs, and ensures the coherence of the justice system. 

How Does It Work

A class action has three stages:


Preliminary authorization hearing which is a filtering process with a low burden of proof;


Once the class action is authorized, the trial proceeds like any other trial;


Enables class members to collect the money owed to them on a collective or individual basis

Our Class Actions Lawsuits

Catherine Valiquette c. Groupe TVA Inc. et al.
C.S.M. 500-06-000995-197
Status : Class Action awaiting authorization

This class action was launched against Groupe TVA Inc. and Québécor on behalf of all Bell TV subscribers who saw their signal purposely scrambled by TVA and Québécor for two full days at the beginning of the 2019 NHL playoffs. If you are a Bell TV subscriber you could be a member of this class action lawsuit.


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We will keep you informed of the developments in the class action suit.
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