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Does the Alberta Court have the jurisdiction to deal with the wife's application for a divorce?
Does the Alberta Court have the jurisdiction to deal with the wife's application for an equalization of net family property?
Does the Ontario Court have the jurisdiction to deal with the wife's application for a divorce, on the basis that she is “ordinarily resident” for at least one year immediately preceding the commencement of the divorce proceeding in Ontario?
Does the Ontario Court have the jurisdiction to deal with the wife's application for an equalization of net family property?
What is the most appropriate forum to deal with the parties' property issues in this case? In particular, is Ontario the forum non conveniens?
What is the most appropriate forum to deal with the parties' property issues? Is Alberta the forum conveniens?
What is the most recent case law on assumption of jurisdiction in terms of the doctrines of real and substantial connection, and particularly, forum non conveniens?
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