The standard of review to be applied to the provincial court decision is correctness on questions of law, and palpable and overriding error on questions of fact. The standard of review for questions of mixed law and fact is palpable and overriding error unless the trial judge made some extricable error amounting to an error of law, in which case the standard is correctness: Housen v. Nikolaisen,  2 S.C.R. 235, 2002 SCC 33. Analysis
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