Bell Mobility Inc. has lost an appeal of a class-action judgment that found the company liable to
thousands of cellphone subscribers in Canada’s three northern territories over fees for
non-existent 911 services.
The Northwest Territories Court of Appeal concluded that the trial judge, who presided over
what was the territory’s first class-action lawsuit to go to trial, made no mistake in his
interpretation of contracts that class members signed with the wireless carrier.
The Globe and Mail, January 8, 2015
Bell loses appeal of class-action suit over non-existent 911 services