International class action filed against Air Canada for fees and expiry dates on the Air Canada Flight Passes

Champlain Avocats (Montréal, Québec) and Evolink Law Group
(Vancouver, British Columbia) has filed a proposed class action in the Superior Court of
Quebec. This proposed class action was filed against Air Canada on behalf of all
consumers anywhere in the world who purchased a Flight Pass with a fixed number of
flight credits since August 16, 2013.

The lawsuit claims damages, interest, and punitive damages from Air Canada for
imposing expiry dates and/or fees on the Flight Passes in breach of Quebec’s Consumer
Protection Act

For more information, please visit http://evolinklaw.com/air-canada-expiry-classaction/

Putative Class Counsel for this Class Action are:
• Me. Jérémie John Martin of Champlain Avocats (info@champlainavocats.com)
• Me. Sébastien Paquette of Champlain Avocats (info@champlainavocats.com)
• Mr. Simon Lin of Evolink Law Group (info@evolinklaw.com)

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