Continuing the theme of "don't bother unless you have actual losses ..."
In Albayate v. Bank of Montreal, 2015 BCSC 695, the plaintiff claimed against her bank for wrongly changing the address on their records and thus exposing her financial info to her former spouse. In short, the court found the bank mistakenly changed her address but the husband did not read her statement. He did not use them to her detriment. The bank apologized. End of story.
Her damages were assessed at a nominal $2000.