Whether Court of Appeal erred in determining that summary judgment hearing is a fair hearing as required by s. 7 of the Charter after a child has been apprehended from a parent — Whether summary judgment process dilutes rigour to which evidence is tested in matters where the life, liberty and security of the person has been interfered with by state actors — Whether summary judgment process places a burden on the parent to disprove case against them and constitutes a burden shift — Whether test employed in summary judgment proceedings degrades human dignity of an individual litigant and disenfranchises a community of predominantly poor and Indigenous women — Whether Manitoba Court of Appeal failed to exercise any caution in utilizing summary judgment matters which is inconsistent with the Court of Appeal in Ontario. — dismissed 03/19/2020 — Supreme Advocacy acted as agent for the Applicant.

Read the lower court decision from the MBCA here.