9 I take the view that the appropriate basis for adjudicating the quantum here was not the husband's modest income as a bartender but his "means" as more broadly understood in s.15(5) of the Divorce Act to include his assets, primarily his equity in the home. In this connection I refer to the concurring reasons of Madam Justice L'Heureux-Dubé in Willick v. Willick, (27 October 1994) No. 23141 (S.C.C.) at p.20 where she said: When assessing the parents' respective ability to contribute to child support, all of their assets should be considered as well as the cost of the non-financial contributions of the custodial parent.
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