Walmart dealing with lawsuit over allegations dangerous meals bought after Fort MacMurray wildfire

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A proposed class-action multi-million greenback lawsuit has been filed in opposition to Walmart Canada stemming from allegations the chain bought doubtlessly infected meals after the Fort McMurray wildfire.

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Calgary-based legislation company Higgerty Law stated it filed the swimsuit at Court of Queen’s Bench in Edmonton on Feb. three.


Alberta Health Services charged Walmart final month with 174 violations of the province’s Public Health Act; not one of the accusations has been confirmed in courtroom.

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Higgerty Law stated it is looking for damages for someone who used to be now not refunded for meals that needed to be thrown out — whether or not or now not it used to be infected — in addition to someone who were given in poor health.

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The declare additionally seeks particular and punitive damages and health-care prices.

Last May’s wildfire pressured greater than 80,000 to escape the northern Alberta town and citizens weren’t allowed to go back for a month.


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