Tony Labbé v. Serres Coop. de Guyenne Reference : 370408-08-0902 Complaint date : February 11, 2009 Status : Final judgment Place of jurisdiction : Canada, Quebec Plaintiffs types : Technicians and Professional users Plaintiffs names : Tony Labbé Defendants : Serres Coop. de Guyenne Lawyers for Health and Environmental Justice : Marie-Claire Lemieux Case nature : Arbitration court Type(s), Product(s), Active substance(s) : Roundup, Malathion, Thieden, Other Requests : The worker asks the Commission on Occupational Injuries to declare that he has an occupational disease diagnosed as a pesticide intoxication and that he is entitled to the benefits of the law. Name of the Court : Commission on Occupational Injuries of Quebec, Canada Jurisdiction level : Decision date : March 1, 2010 Decision nature : Negative Decision content : The Commission on Occupational Injuries concludes that the plaintiff has not suffered an employment injury and that he is not entitled to the benefits of the Act. Legal basis : Court Ruling : Link to the ruling Summary : Following the application of pesticides, the complainant began to experience muscle cramps and other symptoms. He considers that he carries an occupational disease diagnosed as a pesticide intoxication and is entitled to the benefits of the law. Scientific references : No scientifice reference for this case. Related links : No related link for this case.