The Appellant, Mr. Foster, sought judicial review of a Transportation Safety Board (“Board”) decision, which upheld a three month administrative license suspension made because Mr. Foster was allegedly driving while exceeding the legal alcohol limit. The Court of Appeal dismissed the appeal. The appropriate standard of review of the Board’s decision was reasonableness.

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Administrative law – Motor vehicles – Suspension of driver’s licence – Decisions of administrative tribunals – Transportation Safety Board – Judicial review – Jurisdiction of tribunal – Appeals – Standard of review – Reasonableness simpliciter Foster v. Alberta (Transportation and Safety Board), [2006] A.J. No. 1263, Alberta Court of Appeal, October 12, 2006, Ritter, Hunt and Berger ...