Case Study Of R V. Children's Aid Society Of Metropolitan Toronto

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Simran Sandhu Ms.Kllapi CLU3M0-B March 20, 2017 B.(R) v Children’s Aid Society of Metropolitan Toronto [1995] Facts: Parents of a child refused to let their child needing blood transfusion have blood transfusion because it went against their religious beliefs. The provincial court then granted Children’s aid society a temporary custody of the child for 72 hours but was later extended to 21 days.The doctors then gave the child a blood transfusion because of suspected glaucoma which contradicted to the families beliefs. The parents then argued that taking away their rights to choose treatment for their child is an infringement of sections 2(a)
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