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UPDATE - March 17, 2020: To help contain the spread of the 2019 novel coronavirus (COVID-19), the Superior Court of Justice (“Ontario Court”) has suspended all regular operations. As a result, the hearing scheduled in late March to deal with appeals has been adjourned until further notice. Payouts will not take place until the Ontario Court has made final determinations.

What is a CRT?

A CRT (cathode ray tube) is a display device commonly used in televisions and computer monitors.

Who can receive a payment from the settlements?

Persons resident in Canada (individuals, businesses and governmental entities) can receive a payment from the settlements if they
purchased any of the following products, regardless of the manufacturer or brand, in Canada between March 1, 1995 and November 25, 2007:

CRT televisions
CRT computer monitors
CRTs for inclusion in televisions or computer monitors

You must complete and file a claim form by March 1, 2019.

File your claim here.

How much money will I receive?

Payments will be distributed on a proportional basis, based on the value of your claim relative to the value of all approved claims.

It is anticipated that all claims will receive a minimum payment of $20.

Claims will be valued based on three variables:

CRT Purchases 1
The dollar amount of CRT Products purchased.
Value of CRT 2
The value of the CRT within the CRT Product.
Categorization 3
The purchaser's position within the distribution chain.
Review the frequently asked questions ("FAQ") for more information.