class action

Right now, you could be owed hundreds — or even thousands — of dollars from one of these class action lawsuits in Canada.

If you were impacted by the recent Rogers outage, own an eligible Nissan car, have accepted certain credit card payments, or own a qualifying electronic device, you could be in line for a payout.

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The Superior Court of Quebec has approved a $200 million class action lawsuit settlement against financial services company Desjardins, because of a significant data breach back in 2019.

On Saturday, June 18, the lawyers for the class members announced that a settlement agreement had been reached, enabling Canadians from all over the country to claim their share.

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It's almost time for the lithium-ion battery class action in Canada to end and so the deadline to submit a claim to get money is fast approaching!

Anyone in Canada who bought lithium-ion battery products or lithium-ion batteries between January 1, 2000, and January 1, 2012, is eligible to get money but you only have until December 17, 2021, to apply to receive a payment.

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If you've used TikTok or Musical.ly to shoot videos, you might be eligible for part of a huge payout.

TikTok has agreed to settle a $92 million class action lawsuit in the U.S., and some users may be entitled to payment from the settlement.

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November is here, which means next month is the last month that you can make a claim in Canada's lithium-ion battery class action lawsuit.

The class action, which was announced back in August 2021, has a deadline of December 17, which is fast approaching at this point. However, eligible Canadians can still make a claim.

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