Can Racism or Discrimination Invoke The Public Policy Discretion to Set-Aside a Will?

In the appellate decision, Spence v BMO Trust Company, 2016 ONCA 196, the Ontario Court of Appeal considered whether the lower court erred in interfering with the testamentary freedom of a Testator by exercising its discretionary public policy powers. In this case, the Testator, Rector Emmanuel Spence, executed a Will which disinherited his daughter Verolin, and grandson