Hundreds of women may have been victimized as teens by a Calgary teacher who died by suicide after he was charged with sexual offences against former students, according to lawyers who launched $40-million lawsuit.
The lawsuit, filed in Calgary, is a proposed class action against the Calgary Board of Education (CBE) and Michael Gregory’s estate.
Gregory was a teacher at John Ware Junior High from 1986 to 2006.
There, he was known as “the cool teacher,” according to Eryn MacKenzie, who says she was victimized by Gregory.
“My very first sexual experience was with my teacher at his house, when
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