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(47) See Quinatzin v Canada (Minister of Citizenship and Immigration), 2008 FC 937 at para 5, 170 ACWS (3d) 610 [Quinatzin]; RPD File No MA3-03139, [2006] RPDD 375 (QL) at para 7 (IRB) [RPD File No MA3-03139].
(48) See Re LIE, RPD File No TA6-10702, [2008] RPDD 165 (QL) at para 3 (IRB).
(50) See Re WIY, RPD File No MA6-01555, [2007] RPDD 2 (QL) at para 4 (IRB); Herrera v Canada (Minister of Citizenship and Immigration), 2006 FC 1272 at para 6 (available on QL); RPD File No MA3-03139, supra note 47 at para 6.
(51) See Tsyhanko u Canada (Minister of Citizenship and Immigration), 2008 FC 819 at para 4, 168 ACWS (3d) 1041; RPD File No TA3-11540, [2006] RPDD 417 (QL) at para 3 (IRB).
(52) See RPD File No TA6-07289, [2008] RPDD 232 (QL) at para 4 (IRB); Re YMQ, RPD File No MA6-02355, [2007] RPDD 221 (QL) at para 3 (IRB); RPD File No MA5-06177, [2006] RPDD 386 (QL) at para 3 (IRB).
(56) RPD File No MA 7-06315, [2009] RPDD 468 (QL) at para 13 (IRB).
(60) RPD File No TA8-14208, [2010] RPDD 155 (QL) at para 14 (IRB).
(71) RPD File No TA6-10532, [2008] RPDD 292 (QL) at para 10 (IRB) [RPD File No TA6-10 532].
However, while being discouraged, the practice of FGM in Uganda is hot outlawed and can still be performed legally" at paras 16, 20); Re RPX, [2003] RPDD No 84 (QL), (12 June 2003) MA2-10373, online: RefLex Issue 220 <http://www.irbcisr.gc.ca:8080/ReFlex/Reflex_Article_FC.aspx?id=10636&l=e> (in finding that the claimant had no internal flight alternative and that, while the issue of state protection "was not really argued at the hearing," the IRB relied on documentary evidence indicating that "women subject to a risk of excision have no recourse, not only because it involves a tradition to which they cannot object, but also because no action is taken against those who contravene the Act even though genital mutilation is illegal" at paras 16-17).
Re UFQ, [2005] RPDD No 78 (QL), (2 September 2005), TA5-02334, online: RefLex Issue 272 <http://www.irb-cisr.gc.ca:8080/ReFlex/Reflex_Article_FC.aspx?id= 11688&l=e> (state protection available in Israel given evidence that the "Israeli authorities are conscious of the problems and have instituted laws as well as state and social agencies to deal with domestic abuse" at para 27); Re BWZ, [2004] RPDD No 13 (QL) at paras 8, 10-13, (3 February 2004), TA3-04991, online: RefLex Issue 234 <http://www.irb-cisr.gc.ca:8080/ReFlex/Reflex_Article_FC.aspx?id=10918&l=e> (state protection available in the Philippines given evidence that the government was "making serious efforts to address the problem of violence against women" and that various measures had been taken).
Re ATZ, [2003] RPDD No 47 (QL), (12 March 2003), TA2-03858, online: RefLex Issue 213 <http://www.irb-cisr.gc.ca:8080/ReFlex/Reflex_Article_FC.aspx?id=10490&l=e> (state protection available in St.
Re KHF, [2003] RPDD No 96 (QL) at para 2, (2 June 2003), VA2-02218, online: RefLex Issue 217 <http://www.irb-cisr.gc.ca:8080/ReFlex/Reflex_Article_FC.aspx?id=10566&l=e> (state protection available in Spain given evidence that although domestic abuse is a problem in Spain, the state "is and has been making serious efforts to control and fight [it]," for instance by establishing information centers, shelters, specialized police units, legal-aid offices, and local clinics (ibid at para 26)).