A summary judgment motion can also be an opportunity to make findings of fact not in dispute, narrow the issues to be heard at trial and give directions to assist in organizing the trial pursuant to subrule 16(9) of the Rules. See: Children’s Aid Society of Toronto v. S.A.,  O.J. No. 3183 (OCJ).
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