Lindsey M. Lyster & John Doe v. Attorney General of Canada

File No. T-796-14 (Fed. Ct. filed April 1, 2014)

This proposed class action seeks damages for all persons whose Charter rights were violated in the manner alleged in the BCCLA’s declaratory action in British Columbia Supreme Court. Lindsay Lyster, the president of the BCCLA and a lawyer in Vancouver, is the representative plaintiff for a proposed national class consisting of all people who used a wireless device in Canada starting in 2001.

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