Is a pattern of allegations sufficient to prove a finding?

Ontario, Canada

The following excerpt is from Dilico Anishinabek Family Care v. E.J., 2019 ONCJ 916 (CanLII):

However, in Kenora-Patricia Child and Family Services v. L(N) 2005 ONCJ 247, the court found that a pattern of allegations is not sufficient to prove a finding, if the underlying facts of the allegations are not proven.

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