Dean “Dinger” Bell
The amount is well short of the $100,000 to $125,000 he and others need to fight their wrongful dismissal claim. "I hope some people will keep the support going,” Bell wrote in his plea for donations on the crowdfunding website GoFundMe, best known as a site to raise money for costly medical treatments.
|August 26, 2013. Canadian mine supplier Xtreme Mining and Demolition did something that no other business has dared to try so far — the Saskatoon-based company got rid of all employees with connections to the Hells Angels biker gang.|
Three bikers fired by Leonard Banga are suing him for wrongful dismissal in Court of Queen's Bench.
The Hells Angels clubhouse in Saskatoon