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Old 09-06-2010, 11:54 AM
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pokeman has a little shameless behaviour in the past
Default any insight into regional bias

i see people on this forum from across the country,
i see and read all posts from both sides ( mom and dads ),

just wondering - anyone have any knowledge of how family law
is implemented in different "regions" of canada, you know "toronto
has a fair amount of 50/50 access for men", "western canada is mothers
first or mothers only"

or perhaps regional statistics of fathers getting fair access instead of
the nation wide numbers which dont seem good either

i am in calgary - i have found a network of men all fightening to be
treated fairly , i have some "wild west" stories of what seems to be widespead double standard ( aka discrimination ) here against men.

i have experienced it myself with several influential professionals involved in my case telling me "children should be with their mother"

?
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