Then again in Wilson v. Grassick (1994), 1994 CanLII 4709 (SK CA), 120 Sask. R. 1; 68 W.A.C. 1 (C.A.) this court found the trial judge had acted on a wrong principle in deciding that the mother’s changed circumstances constituted a material change in the child’s circumstances so as [to] warrant the child’s removal from the only home he had ever known and from the father who had had custody of him for some five years since trial.
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