On July 6th, 2020, our firm filed an application to be authorized to bring a class action against Canada Post. This application seeks to obtain a compensation for our client, as well for all persons who paid for accelerated delivery service offered by Canada Post since March 14th, 2020 for Canada Post failed to meet the guaranteed delivery deadline.
Our client’s story
Our client manages a cosmetics company and regularly uses Canada Post’s accelerated delivery service. Since March 14th, 2020, our client sent 12 packages by Expedited Parcels™, 8 of which arrived after the guaranteed delivery date.
Our client suffered many damages, in particular : dissatisfied customers, significant stress, and over 40 hours contacting her customers as well as Canada Post’s customer service concerning the delivery delays.
All persons and entities (natural person, legal entity, society or association) in Canada or alternatively, in Québec, who, since March 14th, 2020, paid for an accerated delivery service offered by the defendant, in particular Priority™, Priority™ Worldwide, Xpresspost™, Xpresspost™ USA, Xpresspost™ – International, Expedited Parcels™ and Flat rate box for which the delays weren’t respected.
Applications filed to the Court
Current state of the case
Awaiting authorization from a Superior court judge.
How do I join the class action?
If you’re part of the proposed class, you are automatically a part of the class action.
We highly recommend that you keep your receipts from Canada Post and save a copy of the proofs of delivery from Canada Post’s website.
Please use the following form to join and follow the latest news about this class action.
Notice : By submitting your information to us via the registration form above, you are not creating an attorney-client relationship with our firm nor committing to pay any lawyer fees. Lambert Avocat Inc. will commit to keeping the information confidential.