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R v Widdifield, 1995 CanLII 3505 (ON CA), (1995), 25 OR (3d) 161 at 169 [9]


“Planned” = is to be assigned its natural meaning of a calculated scheme or design which has been carefully thought out, and the nature and consequences of which have been considered and weighed
**The plan need not be complicated

“Deliberate” = carry its natural meaning of: considered, not impulsive, slow in deciding, cautious – implying that the accused must take time to weigh the advantages and disadvantages of his intended action

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