The plaintiff in this matter held a foreshore lease granted by the province of British Columbia over certain foreshore lands. The defendant was the owner of a barge anchored within the foreshore lease without the permission of the plaintiff. The plaintiff brought this action and application for an interlocutory injunction compelling the defendant to remove the barge. The Court granted the injunction. The Court held that there was a prima facie case of trespass, and that any right of riparian passage the defendant had did not include long term fixed moorage. The Court further said that injunctions are the presumed remedy in situations of trespass.