In considering the purpose of the experts’ evidence, I am mindful of the concerns expressed by our Court of Appeal in Johnson v. Milton (Town), 2008 ONCA 440, (2008) 91 O.R. (3d) 190, at paras. 41 and following. Part of the gatekeeping function of the judge, on either a trial or at a motion, is to ensure that the experts’ testimony is limited to properly admissible evidence. Two general observations are appropriate at this point.
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