What is the appropriate standard of review for questions of mixed fact and law?

Canada (Federal), Canada

The following excerpt is from Canada Employment Insurance Commission v N. C., 2017 CanLII 30672 (SST):

The Appellant submits that the appropriate standard of review for questions of law is correctness, and that the appropriate standard of review for questions of mixed fact and law is reasonableness—Pathmanathan v. Office of the Umpire, 2015 FCA 50.

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