What is the remedy the mother seeks in a custody action brought by Children’s Aid Society of Toronto?

Ontario, Canada

The following excerpt is from Windsor-Essex Children’s Aid Society v. S.M., 2017 ONCJ 449 (CanLII):

[41] The remedy the mother proposes is that the child be transitioned to her care and that to do this the ss. 70(1) and (4) timelines be extended - in up to six month intervals. In this way, the mother will have a chance, a fair chance, to demonstrate her ability to adequately care for the child. In support of this plan, the mother relies upon Children’s Aid Society of Toronto v. K.B., [2007] O.J. N. 5090 (Ont C.J.).

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