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Section 7 of the Canadian Charter of Rights enshrines every competent person full rights to autonomy and self-determination. Ontario’s Substitute Decision Act chips away at that, allowing appointment of counsel for a person whose capacity is at issue before the … Continue reading
The relationship between Section 3 and BMO has the appearance of a conflict of interest. Section 3 introduced BMO as part of an order to remove my mother from questionable care. At the time Mrs. Childs was telling, PSW’s and … Continue reading
At  of the June Decision (2015 ONSC 4036) Justice Tranmer rules “There is no issue as to whether Mrs. Childs suffers from an incapacity as to her property and personal care. The materials establish this to be, unfortunately, the … Continue reading
Is $0.65/hour a reasonable amount to pay anyone for work? Seems impossible but that is what a Judge in Ontario ordered a daughter be compensated for living away from her home and providing 24/7 caregiving to her rich mother. (2015onsc4036) … Continue reading
The Appeal Decision can be found here, and a summary of the decision found here. The June Decision which this section references can be found here The issue of whether the June 25, 2015 decision was to have Caroline, who … Continue reading
In his December Decision the Judge stated: I reject the suggestion by Caroline and Peter that they misunderstood my order or their actions since that order were solely intended to comply with that order. He refers repeatedly to paragraph 46 … Continue reading