The second item is Ms. Brake’s income from Sobey’s in
2013. The record does not permit the court to determine the
precise duration of Ms. Brake’s statutory entitlement period
nor does it permit the court to determine what part of the 2013
Sobey’s income was received outside of that period. While those
determinations should have been made at trial, in this case, it is
of no moment as I would not treat any of the Sobey’s income as
mitigation income. I explain how I reach that conclusion below.
 As for the third item — the $2,701 that Ms. Brake
earned from Tim Horton’s during two months in 2013 — I would
not deduct it for this reason. There is no finding as to when in
2013 Ms. Brake earned that income. Bearing in mind the appellant’s onus to demonstrate what losses were avoided, I am not
prepared to assume that the Tim Horton’s income was earned
outside of the statutory entitlement period. Therefore, I would
not deduct it.
c. Employment income in the balance of the notice
 The notice period of 20 months expired near the beginning of April 2014. During the balance of the notice period,
Ms. Brake received (1) that part of the 2013 Sobey’s income not
attributable to the statutory entitlement period; (2) $6,793.20
from Sobey’s for the period from January to April of 2014; and
(3) $600 from Home Depot.
 Before addressing whether the income that Ms. Brake
earned during the balance of the notice period must be
deducted from the damages award, I will deal briefly with the
appellant’s complaint that the trial judge erred in his factual
findings in respect of Ms. Brake’s income from Sobey’s.
Sobey’s income — a factual clarification
 The appellant points to the first sentence of para. 4( v) of
the reasons (set out above, at para. 91) and says that the trial
judge erred in his findings of fact in that sentence. The appellant
says that Ms. Brake had not “long” had another job at Sobey’s;
she made salads for Sobey’s and did not act as a cashier; and
Mr. McKenna discovered only in June of 2012 that Ms. Brake
had also been working, on a part-time basis, for Sobey’s.
 I do not accept that the trial judge made the alleged factual errors. On the record, those findings were available to him.
 Ms. Brake’s marriage failed after she relocated to Ottawa.
Her evidence at trial was that she worked part-time at Sobey’s
between 2002 and 2004 because she wasn’t earning enough
money working for PJ-M2R to provide for herself and her son