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Have you done a title search to see if the line of credit is on your title to your house?
You were saying that there was nothing on title when you decide to do you consumer proposal and that after that time they registered this on title without your consent?
But they don't have to agree to the proposal so did they?
So what you can do then is to go to the head office for the bank and speak to someone as high up as possible. Tell them what happened and ask for this matter to be rectified at once.
If that does not work your next step is to file a complaint with the ombudsman that works for this bank. The ombudsman will have to investigate your complaint and come to decision about whether you were correct and the bank is wrong or not.
After that if you do not like the ombudsman's decision you would file a complaint with the external ombudsman who works for the government and is not biased.
If you go into any branch of your bank there will be a brochure that tells you how to complain. In the brochure is all the contact information you need for going up all of the steps as I suggested. Unfortunately, you cannot skip a step so the external unbiased ombudsman will not hear your complaint until you follow the steps that I outlined. I hope that end up resolving your issues.