The test for granting summary judgment is met when the moving party satisfies the court that there is no genuine issue of material fact that requires a trial for its resolution. Not every disputed fact or question of credibility gives rise to a genuine issue for trial. The fact must be material to the determination of the trial. A disputed fact, the existence or non-existence of which will not affect the outcome of the trial, does not raise a genuine issue requiring a trial. See Children’s Aid Society of Toronto v. K.T., supra, per Jones J., at para. .
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