Toys “R” Us Provincial Sales Tax Class Action

Spiteri and Ursulak LLP is investigating a proposed class action against Toys “R” Us, Babies “R’ Us, and other defendants in respect of potentially improper provincial sales tax (PST) charges for certain baby and children’s products.

In December 2015, the CBC reported that Toys “R” Us’ online store had charged PST on baby items exempt from the tax, such as car seats and strollers. 

In addition to Manitoba, other provinces exempt certain baby and children products from provincial sales tax.

Individuals who have been charged PST on certain baby and children products through Toys “R” Us’ online store may be entitled to compensation for the charges.

How to Become Involved

If you are interested in becoming involved in this proposed class action, you can register by completing the form at the bottom the page.

Completing the form will indicate your interest in the proposed class action and ensure that you receive updates about the status of the class action, including any settlement.

If you prefer, you may contact Michael Crystal or Norman Mizobuchi at 613-563-1010 or or


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