It is well established that on an application for judicial review of an adjudicator’s decision, the court must apply a standard of reasonableness. Judicial review judges are not to finely parse the adjudicator’s decision, but must read the reasons as a whole in order to assess whether the reasoning is so lacking in logic, or is otherwise flawed, that it renders the decision unreasonable: Kenyon v. British Columbia (Superintendent of Motor Vehicles), 2015 BCCA 485 at para. 53.
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