Reasonably foreseeable harm for occupiers — What is the appropriate standard of care for municipalities to prevent electric shocks and other injuries from occurring at the facilities they operate? — What should be the standard of care for electric shocks? — Should the concept of “reasonably foreseeable harm” widen or narrow the scope of an occupier’s duty of care, as found in the applicable provincial legislation — What kinds of risks may be “reasonably foreseen” and thus attract the duty to ensure reasonable safety? — Occupiers’ Liability Act, RSO 1990, c O.2, s. 3(1). — dismissed 08/12/2021 — Supreme Advocacy acted as agent for the Applicant.
Read the lower court decision from the ONCA here.