R. v. Buzizi 2013 SCC 27:
 ... As the Court held in Cinous, "the air of reality test [is not] intended to assess whether the defence is likely, unlikely, somewhat likely, or very likely to succeed at the end of the day" (R. v. Cinous, 2002 SCC 29,  2 S.C.R. 3, at para. 54). Rather, the relevant question is whether the record contains a sufficient factual foundation for a properly instructed jury to give effect to the defence.