In Goldstein v. Davidson, 1994 OJ 1018 para. 41, Justice Ground of the Ontario Superior Court of Justice held that if a witness could reasonably be expected to testify in favour of one party and against the other the party, an adverse inference may be drawn from the fact that the witness was not called by the first mentioned party.
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