This is the landing point for a class action that has been filed by Mandalena Lewis against WestJet Airlines Ltd. (“WestJet”).
Mandalena brings this action on behalf of herself and a proposed class of plaintiffs being all present female flight attendants at WestJet and all former flight attendants who worked at WestJet within the applicable limitation periods.
The lawsuit alleges a systemic breach of contract by WestJet in failing to address sexual harassment and assault by pilots to the standards required by its policies and to instead attempt to suppress reporting, protect pilots and silence victims.
A copy of the Notice of Civil Claim is available here.
For an outline of how class proceedings work, click here.
For updates on the lawsuit, please see the “news” column on the right.
Mandalena is being represented by lawyer Karey M. Brooks of the law firm JFK Law Corporation. To contact counsel, to discuss whether you might be part of the class once certified or to seek more information, please contact:
All inquiries are confidential.
- The Plaintiff, Mandalena Lewis, filed her Notice of Civil Claim in April 2016.
- The Defendant, WestJet, filed an Application to Strike Ms. Lewis’ Claim. That Application was dismissed by the British Columbia Supreme Court in December 2017. WestJet appealed that dismissal and their appeal was dismissed by the British Columbia Court of Appeal in February 2019. WestJet then sought leave to appeal that decision to the Supreme Court of Canada, which was dismissed by the Supreme Court of Canada in July 2019.
- The next step in the case is the Certification Application.