BRRA

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BRRABus Regulatory Reform Act
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(115) For example, the Minster of Citizenship and Immigration alone used the term "bogus" no fewer than six times in the parliamentary debate on the PCISA and BRRA; see e.g.
Today the Rigwe give a dramatic and seemingly embellished account of how Brra Kwe Tingwe, one of Tingwe Rabwo's sons, stepped in front of a column of colonial soldiers who were marching into Miango.
Brra Kwe occupied the role of chief of Miango twice, ca.
Another account, from a 1992 interview with Agara Nwa, who was a toddler when Brra Kwe became a Christian and who had worked for the Ogilvies as a youth, stated that Brra Kwe first learned about Christianity from Harold Ogilvie.
That said, for the purposes of assessing the Federal Court judicial review process, the following are some of the more salient changes expected to the refugee determination system from the combined BRRA and PCISA reforms: (164)
(182) If the RAD is in fact brought into existence through the combined BRRA and PCISA reforms, some might argue that resorting to Federal Court judicial review will no longer be the only means to catch errors made by a single adjudicator, because the RAD will at least in some cases be able to do that.
(158.) For a discussion of the BRRA reforms, see Rehaag, "Counsel", supra note 15 at 77-79; Erin C Roth, "Is the Proposed Balanced Refugee Reform Act Balanced?" (2010) 86 Imm LR (3d) 168; David Matas, "Balancing" (2010) 88 Imm LR (3d) 212.
Given that 1982 data are not used in our estimations and the BRRA was passed in 1982, 1983 is selected as the first year of the motor bus deregulation period.
(20.) The BRRA directed the ICC to "do everything in its power to promote competition in the motor bus industry" (Due et al.
(97) Rather, it defended the accelerated timelines as necessary to deter abuse and noted in particular that the lengthier timelines contained in the unmodified BRRA had been insufficient to stem the rate of purportedly "bogus" claimants.