The automaker has already received approval to fix 8.5 million cheating cars in Europe.
The automaker has admitted to installing software on 482,000 four-cylinder diesel engines in the US.
Judicial panel will determine whether lawsuits should be amassed under one court to prevent duplication and inconsistent rulings.
Automaker blames stop-sale orders for diesel-powered vehicles.
Government estimates there are 35,000 of the Volkswagen and Audi models in the province equipped with the software.