In the circumstances, it is my view that the delay in advancing this matter has been both unreasonable and unexplained. I find support for this conclusion in the decision of Mr. Justice Milman in Foster v. British Columbia (Superintendent of Motor Vehicles), 2018 BCSC 1194, where he said, at para. 39: … Ultimately, applicants seeking judicial review must proceed with reasonable dispatch and if they do not, they are expected to come to court with at least some evidence, preferably from the applicants themselves, to explain the delay.
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