When does a limitation clock start ticking?

Neil MacLean and Connie Do have prepared a case brief of Grant Thornton LLP v. New Brunswick, 2021 SCC 31 in which the Supreme Court of Canada ruled that the calculation for limitation of an action commences at the moment a plaintiff has knowledge beyond a mere suspicion of the defendant’s liability. Further, the SCC held that the plaintiff need not have all the facts from which to draw a plausible inference of the defendant’s liability for the limitation clock to begin.