Is there any case law that supports the argument that in the context of "extraordinary times” are extraordinary times?

Ontario, Canada


The following excerpt is from Children’s Aid Society of Oxford County v. C.F.S., 2020 ONCJ 274 (CanLII):

Pazaratz J. stated in Ribeiro v. Wright, 2020 ONSC 1829 (S.C.J.) at para. 8 that, “the well-publicized directives from government and public health officials make it clear that we are in extraordinary times; and that our daily routines and activities will for the most part have to be suspended, in favour of a strict policy of social distancing and limiting community interactions as much as possible.” I also agree with and adopt that statement.

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