Hundreds of permanent residents are still stranded in Morocco as Canada has suspended direct flights from the Maghreb.
Montreal novel Benroywane, who experienced this situation, feels that the Canadian government has disappointed its nationals.
So the lawyer decided to file a class action lawsuit.
The latter was in Morocco in late August with her three children.
After being vaccinated twice, the family learned that returning to the country on Saturday evening would be banned the next day and for a month.
“I still have nightmares that I’m still at the airport and I’m going to lose my plane there, waking up my kids in a disaster,” the novel Benrovan said.
In her class action lawsuit against Transport Canada, the Montreal attorney did not compete for the closure of the borders, but the deadline to apply this measure.
So far, the government has given the pilgrims more time to return to the country, his lawyer defended.
The applicant claimed $ 4000 in costs and refundable and ideal damages reimbursement for return air tickets through third countries.
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