If the father is dilatory and dilatory in making decisions about vaccines, what is the impact of the father's health decision-making?

Ontario, Canada

The following excerpt is from B.C.J.B. v. E.-R.R.R., 2020 ONCJ 438 (CanLII):

Even if the father was dilatory, neither that, nor the other status quo evidence would tip the scale in favour of the result sought by mother on this motion in my view. The father raises valid and serious concerns. A parent may make otherwise reasonable health care decisions for a child, along with poor choices. I note that P. Jones J. was confronted with somewhat similar circumstances in Tarkowski v. Lemieux, and she bestowed health decision-making on the mother in that case, but for decisions about vaccines.

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