The following excerpt is from Huebner v PR Seniors Housing Management Ltd., D.B.A. Retirement Concepts, 2021 BCSC 837 (CanLII):
While an assessment of the merits of the claim does not occur at the certification hearing there must be an evidentiary basis for each of the requirements for certification: Ernewein v. General Motors of Canada Ltd., 2005 BCCA 540 [Ernewein] at para. 25. I take that to mean that there must be some factual basis for the assertions put forth. Mere opinion of affiants without an evidentiary basis will not suffice.
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