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Three Allstate agents in Canada have filed a prospective class-action suit against the Northbrook, Ill.-based carrier claiming changes the company made in their contracts stripped them and other agents of their business and closed half its Canadian offices.

The suit, filed in Ontario Superior Court of Justice in Toronto back in May, is claiming damages for breach of contract and breach of the nation’s Employment Standards Act for at least $58 million in damages ($60 million Canadian).

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