In Children’s Aid Society of Toronto v. M.A. and C.M., 2006 CanLII 1671 (ON SC), 2006 CanLII 1671, 145 A.C.W.S. (3d) 276,  O.J. No. 254, 2006 CarswellOnt 328 (Ont. S.C.), the court found that, even though the access visits were generally enjoyable for the child, it was open to the trial judge to conclude that whatever benefits and meaning may accrue to the child from the visits did not outweigh the child’s need for continuity of care, and for a secure place as a member of a stable family.
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