Child development does not wait. Multiple issues of parental dysfunction cannot be quickly changed. The child is not to be held in limbo waiting for change in a parent that is unlikely to happen. The parent’s right to correct parenting inadequacies must be balanced with the child’s right to appropriate development within a realistic time frame, if damage to the child is to be minimized. See Children’s Aid Society of Toronto v. R.H., supra, per Katarynych J., at para. .
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