On the relatively low threshold on an injunction application, the plaintiff may be able to establish that he has a claim in nuisance. It is in relation to that potential claim that I must determine where the damages the plaintiff claims to have suffered are irreparable. I am not satisfied on balance that they are. Damages in nuisance, even those arising out of non-pecuniary losses may often be compensated for by a monetary award, as in Kenny v. Schuster Real Estate Co. Ltd., 1990 CanLII 1092 (B.C.S.C.) and Sinn v. Arena Developments Ltd.,  B.C.W.L.D. 530 (B.C.S.C.).
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