B. The medical appointments
 Throughout the summer, the complainant felt sick. She
complained of abdominal pain and nausea. She went to see
Dr. Montgomery towards the end of August.
 Dr. Montgomery testified that the complainant told her of
her symptoms. The complainant also told Dr. Montgomery that
she had not had her period since June, but denied sexual activity
when asked. On August 29, 2013, Dr. Montgomery requisitioned
an ultrasound of the complainant’s abdomen. She also arranged
a routine urinalysis that included a pregnancy test.
 Before the complainant went for the ultrasound, she had
sexual intercourse with her then 17-year-old boyfriend. This
occurred on September 2, 2013.
 On September 14, 2013, the complainant had the ultrasound. During the ultrasound, she learned that she was pregnant,
something she already feared from a positive home pregnancy
test. She believed her boyfriend was the father.
 Dr. Montgomery saw the complainant again on September
17, 2013 to discuss the urinalysis results, which confirmed that
the complainant was pregnant. The complainant disclosed the
September 2, 2013 sexual intercourse with her boyfriend to
Dr. Montgomery but “denied other intercourse”. She told
Dr. Montgomery she could see a baby and hear the foetus’ heartbeat during the ultrasound. This would not be possible if the
complainant was impregnated on September 2, 2013, so
Dr. Montgomery ordered another ultrasound for the next day,
September 18, 2013. That ultrasound provided an estimated gestational age for the foetus of 13 weeks and five days. The standard practice permits a variance from the estimated gestational
age of between five to seven days either way.
 Dr. Montgomery discussed the results with the complainant
the same day, providing the complainant with her estimate of the
time of conception. She asked the complainant further questions.
During cross-examination, Dr. Montgomery confirmed that the complainant told her that while camping with the family during Canada
Day weekend 2013, and while drunk, she walked to the bathroom
with her cousin R.V., that she was scared to say no, that R.V. tried to
penetrate her, and that there was “cum” “outside” of her vagina.
 Dr. Montgomery arranged for the complainant to visit
a women’s health clinic and then discharged her duty by reporting
the complainant’s situation to the Children’s Aid Society (“CAS”).
 On September 20, 2013, the police contacted Dr. Montgomery, obviously having been alerted by the CAS. They also
contacted the complainant and arranged for her to give a statement at the police station on September 23, 2013.