91 D.L.R. (3d) 281 (Ont. C.A.)


Quashing Parts of Administrative Decisions

In Canada, judicial review of administrative decision-makers for reasonableness has two aspects: the reasons must be understandable and the decision must fall within a range of reasonable outcomes. This gives rise to a problem. What should a court do where a decision is reasonable, but the reasons contain important inaccuracies or are incoherent? I addressed […] Read more