$15,127.89 plus court costs, at least in Malig v. Kaur, 2018 ABQB 569.
Mr. Malig was contracted by the owners of a property to remove waste from their backyard. When he entered the yard to view the waste, he was attacked by a large German shepherd and suffered several dog bites requiring stitches.
The case analyses both the statutory duty of care under the Occupiers’ Liability Act and the common law duty of care based on principles of negligence. Mr. Malig was awarded $15,000 for general damages and $127.89 for special damages.
Unfortunately, the dog was given a death sentence.