Is Vicki's contribution to the matrimonial home equalization calculation sufficient?

Ontario, Canada

The following excerpt is from Fielding v. Fielding, 2014 ONSC 2272 (CanLII):

As I read Martin v. Sansome, any potential unjust enrichment arising from Vicki’s contributions to the matrimonial home has been more than adequately compensated by the equalization calculation, particularly since her contributions are effectively sheltered by her premarital deduction for the assets she had coming into the marriage.

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