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That I do not know...let me send this on to an expert versed in Canadian law.
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Just to confirm, they are not separating but the mother doesn't want him to take the child to the US for a visit?
This would not be a case of parental abduction as he is just going to the US for a visit.
But he could be asked for a letter from the mother stating she is consenting to the trip and if he doesn't have this then he may be stopped at the border and will not be able to leave Canada.
As well if she convinces a judge that he is not going to come back she may get an order in his absence that can cause him a lot of trouble.
So his best step would be to apply to the court for an order allowing him to take the child to visit in the US.