ILRR

AcronymDefinition
ILRRIntegrated Land and Resource Registry (British Columbia, Canada)
ILRRIndustrial and Labor Relations Review (publication; est. 1947; School of Industrial and Labor Relations; Cornell University; Ithaca, NY)
ILRRInstitute for Legal Research and Resources (Nepal)
ILRRInter-Laboratory Reaction Rate
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Patient characteristics at diagnosis of ILRR are listed in Table 2.
The locoregional control (LRC) was defined as freedom from clinical or radiographic evidence of locoregional failure (LRF) within the ipsilateral CW and/or regional draining lymphatics after treatment with radiation for initial ILRR. The distant metastasis-free survival (DMFS) was measured from the date of diagnosis of ILRR to the date of DM.
The median OS after ILRR was 64.8 (19.5-143.1) months, and the 5-year OS rate was 66.8%.
On univariate analysis, multiple factors, including constructed biologic subtype, radical surgery, irradiated volume, and systemic treatment after ILRR, were significantly associated with LRC following RT for ILRR.
The ILRR creates a corresponding single register for information on active and requested rights and interests on publicly owned Crown land which represents 92 percent of all BC land and water.
The first deployment of a fully functional ILRR was delivered in April 2005 for the Northeast portion of BC (see Section 4 for more information).
The ILRR used a multi-phased approach for project delivery that focused on clearly defining the business requirements, developing a legislative framework, data quality improvement, implementation support, as well as, the technology solution and application build.
Although the first release of a fully operational version of the ILRR was delivered in April 2005, additional functionality and system refinement is ongoing until 2007.
The ILRR is also of interest to companies and others outside of British Columbia who will use the internet based application to access information on land and resources within British Columbia.
The Integrated Land and Resource Registry Project (ILRR) was undertaken in 2001 in response to the Premier of British Columbia's instruction to the Minister of Sustainable Resource Management to "Create a central registry for all tenures and other legal encumbrances on Crown land and resources".
The ILRR system provides a suite of access and reporting tools to meet a variety of user needs (Appendix 5 provides some examples of ILRR screens):
"Effects of the Minimum Wage and Subminimum Wage on Employment and Prices in the Fast-Food Industry." This issue of ILRR.