Community Health Care Professionals
January 18, 2013 Members (past and present) who worked for a municipal or
other home care provider that subsequently became CCAC’s may be eligible for a
lump sum payment. Please read further if you think you may be affected.
CCAC Pension Class Action Lawsuit Update – Settlement Approved!
December 5, 2012 On November 28, 2012,
Sue McSheffrey, OPSEU and their legal counsel appeared before Justice Horkins at
the Superior Court of Ontario to seek approval of the settlement in the
McSheffrey action. OPSEU and Ms. McSheffrey are very pleased to report that the
settlement has now been approved.
Information about the claims process for
class members and the timelines for claims will be made available between now
and February 1, 2012. For future updates about the settlement and the claims
process, please visit
CCAC Pension Class Action Lawsuit Update
November 23, 2012 A hearing is scheduled on
November 28, 2012 at the Ontario Superior Court of
Justice in regards to the McSheffrey class action
lawsuit. The purpose of the hearing is to request
the Court’s approval of the settlement reached in
late 2011 with the Government and approval of an
amendment to the definition of the McSheffrey
class. Below are links to the full motion record
filed with the Court on behalf of the McSheffrey
class; please note these files are large and
together total over 1700 pages.
For more information regarding the McSheffrey class
action lawsuit, and for updates, please refer to
May 25, 2012 Members (past and present) who worked for municipal or other home care provider that subsequently
became CCAC’s may be eligible for a lump sum payment under a proposed settlement (if approved by the court) to the class action
lawsuit filed by OPSEU. Please read further if you think you may qualify.
21, 2005 CCAC pension case:
Legal notice of certification of the
May 19, 2005
CCAC pension case to proceed --
plaintiffs certified as a class: Read
the court decision.