Whether the Court of Appeal erred in stating and applying the test for determining the capacity of a statutory body to be sued — Whether the Court of Appeal erred by importing a consideration of the nature and complexity of the claim advanced, into the test for determining the capacity of a statutory body to be sued in an action for damages — Whether the Court of Appeal for British Columbia erred by failing to characterize the capacity of a statutory body to be sued in an action for damages as a jurisdictional issue, thereby contradicting previous jurisprudence from the New Brunswick Court of Appeal and from the Court of Appeal for British Columbia itself — Whether the Court of Appeal erred by considering legislation beyond the constituting legislation of the statutory body, the Haida Gwaii Management Council. — dismissed 01/16/2020 — Supreme Advocacy acted as agent for the Respondent.

Read the lower court decision from the BCCA here.