In January 2015, the Office of the Attorney General of Canada filed an action before the Court of Queen`s Bench for Saskatchewan in Regina, Saskatchewan, on behalf of the Canadian federal government, against Tony Merchant`s Regina, Merchant`s Merchant Law Group. Tony Merchant, Q.C., who “is known as the king of class action in Canada” and the Merchant Law Group LLP had successfully represented about fifty per cent of all “known persons in Canada who pursued class actions against the Canadian federal government as survivors of residential schools.”  In November 2005, they were part of the negotiating teams that resulted in a multi-billion dollar national agreement with the Canadian government, which amounts to $1.9 billion in compensation for common experience payments and $3 billion in compensation for the Independent Assessment Process (IAP).  The proceedings against MLG 2015 were opened for the first time at Queen`s Court and referred to the Court of Appeal before being tried by the Supreme Court of Canada in 2018.     The Supreme Court of Canada`s march 15, 2018 decision dismissed MLG`s appeal of the most non-arbitrary fraud action , meaning that the Government of Canada can pursue its action for damages against the law firm.  Ottawa also objected to the production of detailed statistical reports in which they argued that they would violate the privacy of residential school applicants, protected by a 2017 Supreme Court decision prohibiting the archiving of individual Secretariat claim information. The agreement was announced by the Canadian federal government on May 8, 2006 with its implementation in September 2007. The five main components of the IRSSA are the Common Experience Payment (CEP), the Independent Assessment Process (IAP), the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC), Commemoration, and Health and Healing Services.  “And as the history of the Holocaust will be no different, because I do not know what was worse, Auschwitz or Treblinka, I do not see how truth and reconciliation are highlighted by reports that identify which school was the worst of the worst school or in the order of which the school had more sexual assaults of students against students than the sexual assaults of staff.” Perell writes. On November 20, 2005, the parties to the negotiations, on which Canada, represented by Frank Iacobucci, a retired Supreme Court of Canada judge, the complainants` representative – the National Consortium and the Merchant Law Group (MLG), an independent advisor, the Assembly of First Nations, Inuit representatives, the General Synod of the Anglican Church of Canada, the Church of Canada , an independent counselor, the Assembly of First Nations, Inuit representative, the General Synod of the Anglican Church of Canada, the Presbyterian Church in Canada, the Presbyterian Church in Canada, the Presbyterian Church in Canada. , the United Church of Canada and Roman Catholic entities for the “dissolution of the legacy of Indian residential schools.”  The commemoration is an integral part of the Indian Residential Schools Settlement Agreement, which supported and honoured and honoured alumni of the Indian Residential School (IRS), their families and communities.