CHRR

AcronymDefinition
CHRRCalifornia Hot Rod Reunion
CHRRCenter for Hazards and Risk Research (Columbia University)
CHRRCenter for Human Resource Research (Ohio State University; Columbus, OH)
CHRRCanadian Human Rights Reporter (est. 1980; Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada)
CHRRCenter for Human Rights and Rehabilitation (est. 1995; Malawi)
CHRRCommittee for Human Rights in Romania (est. 1978; Washington, DC)
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14) See First Nations Child and Family Caring Society of Canada u Canada (AG), 2015 CHRT 14, 81 CHRR D/274 [Caring Society 2015]; First Nations Child and Family Caring Society of Canada v Canada (AG), 2013 CHRT 16 (available on CanLII) [Caring Society 2013]; Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada, "Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada Wrongly Collects Information from First Nations Activist's Personal Facebook Page" (29 October 2013), online: OPC <https://www.
75) See Canada (AG) v Canada (Human Rights Commission), 2013 FCA 75 at paras 4-7, 76 CHRR D/353 [CHRC FCA],
Of the 52 health facilities, 12% were tertiary care-level CHUs, 27% were referral-level hospitals (17% CHRR and 10% CHD), and 62% were primary care level CSBs.
CHU CHD/ CHRR CSB Tracer Item N=6 N=14 N=32 Trained staff 16.
In 1985 the Supreme Court first accepted unintentional, adverse effects discrimination in Ontario Human Rights Commission & O'Malley v Simpsons Sears Ltd, [1985] 2 SCR 536, 7 CHRR D/3102 [O'Malley] (the claimant's full-time employment was terminated when she refused to work Friday and Saturday, as required by her employer, because her Seventh-day Adventist religion forbade her from doing so).
To facilitate comparison of the BPI over different waves of data, the CHRR (2000) developed standardized scores that are normed to have a mean of 100 and a standard deviation of 15.
31) Canada (Human Rights Commission) v Taylor (1984), 6 CHRR D/2595 (FCTD), affirmed [1987] 3 FC 593, 37 DLR (4th) 577 (CA).
A regular customer of the complainant's employer and the complainant: Jalbert v Moore (1996), 28 CHRR D/349 (BCCHR);
The CHRR has developed weights that can be used to account for the initial oversampling of ethnic minority and economically disadvantaged youths and for attrition over time.
Vilven v Air Canada, 2007 CHRT 36, [2008] 61 CHRR 149 [Vilven 2007 CHRT].
In our analyses, we followed the recommendation of the CHRR to use these weights in univariate analyses.