Custody orders can be reviewable or varied after a specific period of time. A court may try to help a non-custodial parent to build a relationship with the child by making an existing sole custody order reviewable after a period of time on application by that parent for joint custody: Sahrmann v. Otto,  B.C.J. No. 1711 (S.C.).
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