The two standards for judicial review of administrative decision are reasonableness and correctness: Dunsmuir v. New Brunswick, 2008 SCC 9 at para. 34 [Dunsmuir]. In applying the former, the court gives the administrative body a measure of deference; in applying the latter, the court evaluates the decision without deference for the administrative body, and, if necessary, substitutes its own judgment in place of the original decision.
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