Canada Courts - Provincial, Appeals, Superior
SMALL CLAIMS COURT FINANCIAL LIMITS:
British Columbia: $25,000 - The maximum claim that may be recovered in the Small-Claims Division of the Provincial Court.
Alberta: $50,000 - The Provincial Court—Civil hears civil claims up to $50,000
Saskatchewan: $20,000 - Claims within the Civil Division of the Saskatchewan Provincial Court cannot exceed $20,000 in value.
Manitoba: $10,000 - Small-Claims Courts adjudicated claims up to $10,000.
Ontario: $25,000 - The new limit for small-claims is $25,000.
Quebec: $15,000 - The new limit for claims to the Small-Claims Court of Quebec per January 2015 is $ 15.000.
Nova Scotia: $25,000 - The maximum claim that may be recovered in the Small-Claims Court cannot exceed $25,000.
New Brunswick: $12,500 - Claims to the Small-Claims Court of New Brunswick must be less than $12,500.
Newfoundland and Labrador: $25,000 - The Provincial Court of Newfoundland and Labrador hears civil claims up to $25,000.
Canada Small Claims Court