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Press Release

TORONTO, Dec. 18, 2018 – Koskie Minsky LLP in Toronto and Cooper Regel in Edmonton have commenced a class action against the Attorney General of Canada on behalf of Aboriginal persons who were subjected to excessive force by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) in Nunavut, Yukon Territories and the Northwest Territories.

The claim alleges systemic negligence, breach of fiduciary duty and breaches of sections 7 and 15 the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms.

The lawsuit seeks $500 million in damages, plus an additional $100 million in punitive damages.

The representative plaintiff is Joe David Nasogaluak who commenced the claim through his litigation guardian, Diane Nasogaluak. Mr. Nasogaluak alleges he was assaulted by RCMP officers upon arrest outside of his hometown of Tuktoyaktok, Northwest Territories when he was 15 years old. It is alleged that RCMP officers beat Mr. Nasogaluak and yelled racial slurs while they took him into custody.

“Aboriginal persons are regularly assaulted by RCMP officers because of who they are. This epidemic of assault amounts to state-sponsored harm against Aboriginal persons”, said Kirk M. Baert, the lawyer leading the case at Koskie Minsky LLP.

A Statement of Claim was issued in Federal Court on December 19, 2018.

For further information: For Media Enquiries, please contact: James Sayce: 416-542-6298


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