TORONTO - Two residents of Toronto are spearheading a proposed class-action suit arising out of the mass detentions at the G20 summit in June.

The plaintiffs have named the city's police services board, Canada's attorney general and the police board from neighbouring Peel region.

The proposed action — on behalf of about 1,150 class members — seeks $115 million in various damages.

Among other things, the suit alleges the policies and procedures used during the summit violated the plaintiffs' rights.

It also claims false arrest and imprisonment, infliction of mental suffering and invasion of privacy.

The action, which has yet to be certified, is filed in Ontario Superior Court and none of the allegations have been tested of proven.