The Society argues that the only reason to consider a supervision order is when a specific risk of harm to the child is found to exist. It relies on the decision of Sherr J. in Children’s Aid Society of Toronto v. TM, where he states at par 29: Supervision terms, in particular, should be proportionate and address a specific risk concern.
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