The plaintiff claims for loss of both past and future housekeeping capacity. This head of damages compensates the person for lost ability to do work of economic value inside the home. The award reflects the loss of a personal capacity and is not dependent upon whether replacement housekeeping costs are actually incurred: O'Connell v. Yung, 2012 BCCA 57 at para. 67.
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