Should Canadian law recognize the tort of blacklisting — Have Courts of Appeal in Canada failed to keep up to date by not recognizing blacklisting contractors in unique fields as a nominate tort in Canadian law — Is it correct to say that there is no existing body of law from which to develop the common law — Is there no readily apparent example of blacklisting for courts to follow — When and how should Canadian courts recognize novel torts — Under what circumstances can Canadian courts make an incremental development to the common law — To what extent is a body of academic or other commentary that advocates or supports the recognition of a novel tort required — When should incrementalism yield to the competing value of access to justice. — dismissed 06/30/2022 — Supreme Advocacy acted as agent for the Applicant.

Read the lower court decision from the BCCA here.