B.C. man’s lawsuit over marketing of Canada Dry ginger ale settled for $200,000

The settlement was approved in March for Canadians outside Quebec requiring that the company pay $200,000, which includes legal costs, plus $18,607 in other legal expenses.

The agreement means the remainder of the money will be paid to class members by way of a donation to the B.C. Law Foundation. The two lead plaintiffs receive $1,500 each

https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/british-columbia/ginger-ale-lawsuit-canada-dry-1.5782817

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