Mother did not establish ability to provide safe home and consistent parenting

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Mother did not establish ability to provide safe home and consistent parenting

Society sought order for Crown wardship of two children with no access for purpose of adoption. Society relied on allegation mother did not comply with terms of order. Motion for summary judgment was allowed. Mother did not establish ability to provide safe home and consistent parenting. Mother had done too little to raise triable issues. It was plain and obvious mother would not succeed at trial.

C.A.S. Simcoe v. B. (K.)
(July 28, 2011, Ont. S.C.J., Olah J., File No. FC-09-895) 205 A.C.W.S. (3d) 698 (14 pp.).

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