The following excerpt is from Worthey v City of Hamilton, 2015 ONSC 3690 (CanLII):
As to the first element, that is proof of non-repair, it is important that s.44 imposes a duty on the municipality to maintain sidewalks in a state of repair “that is reasonable in all of the circumstances”. Merely because a pedestrian falls does not equate to evidence that the sidewalk was in a state of non-repair as a municipality cannot be expected, nor is it required, to maintain perfectly even sidewalk surfaces: Blaquiere v. Burlington (City),  O.J. No. 2558 at para. 8, affirmed  O.J. No. 4934 (Div. Ct.).
There are no other similar questions at this time.