Nova Scotia (Minister of Community Services) v. E.U., [2015] N.S.R.(2d) Uned. 1

JurisdictionNova Scotia
JudgeHaley, J.
CourtSupreme Court of Nova Scotia (Canada)
Subject MatterGUARDIAN AND WARD
Citation[2015] N.S.R.(2d) Uned. 1,[2015] N.S.R.(2d) Uned. 1 (SC),2015 NSSC 4
Date06 January 2015
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2 practice notes
  • Nova Scotia (Community Services) v. G.R., 2019 NSSC 23
    • Canada
    • Supreme Court of Nova Scotia (Canada)
    • 17 Enero 2019
    ...been diagnosed with a mental health disorder. G.R. does not have a substance abuse problem. · In Nova Scotia (Community Services) v. E.U. 2015 NSSC 4, the Respondent mother had a whole host of mental health issues. The evidence of Dr. Neil Christians was that E.U. “has significant undiagnos......
  • Nova Scotia (Minister of Community Services) v. E.U., 2015 NSCA 61
    • Canada
    • Nova Scotia Court of Appeal of Nova Scotia (Canada)
    • 2 Junio 2015
    ...s. 42(1)(f)). The child's mother opposed the application. The Nova Scotia Supreme Court, Family Division, in a decision reported at [2015] N.S.R.(2d) Uned. 1, placed the child in the permanent care and custody of the Minister. The mother appealed. She argued the trial judge made fatal error......
2 cases
  • Nova Scotia (Community Services) v. G.R., 2019 NSSC 23
    • Canada
    • Supreme Court of Nova Scotia (Canada)
    • 17 Enero 2019
    ...been diagnosed with a mental health disorder. G.R. does not have a substance abuse problem. · In Nova Scotia (Community Services) v. E.U. 2015 NSSC 4, the Respondent mother had a whole host of mental health issues. The evidence of Dr. Neil Christians was that E.U. “has significant undiagnos......
  • Nova Scotia (Minister of Community Services) v. E.U., 2015 NSCA 61
    • Canada
    • Nova Scotia Court of Appeal of Nova Scotia (Canada)
    • 2 Junio 2015
    ...s. 42(1)(f)). The child's mother opposed the application. The Nova Scotia Supreme Court, Family Division, in a decision reported at [2015] N.S.R.(2d) Uned. 1, placed the child in the permanent care and custody of the Minister. The mother appealed. She argued the trial judge made fatal error......

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