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Analysis of paediatric drowning deaths in Washington State using the child death review (CDR) for surveillance: what CDR does and does not tell us about lethal drowning injury

L. Quan, D. Pilkey, A. Gomez, E. Bennett
2011 Injury Prevention  
Acknowledgements The authors thank all the CDR team members who took the time to complete this survey, and the CDR coordinators who forwarded the study invitation to team members in their state: Kimberly  ...  In the CDR reporting system, the data are entered into a web based system and can be retrieved in real time by local CDR teams.  ...  health records, medical records, social services, and other sources.  ... 
doi:10.1136/ip.2010.026849 pmid:21278094 fatcat:k6xiyqlkhrcjrgjrbadeekdvda

Contractual Interpretation

Helen Winkelmann, Susan Glazebrook, Ellen France
2020 Law review  
But that did not mean that the exercise of implication was properly classified as part of the exercise of interpretation, let alone that it should be carried out at the same time as interpretation: 180  ...  We find it repugnant to hold parties to the text of a contract if that text does not record the bargain reached.  ... 
doi:10.26686/vuwlr.v51i3.6612 fatcat:5qlk2iqiyfdajl36xiu2sd7sfe

Surface rights under the Mineral Act of British Columbia

Barry J. Barton
The particular objective is to ascertain whether surface rights questions are to be decided by reference to the Mineral Act alone, or whether common law principles and real property rights can be relied  ...  The park use permit requirement was introduced in 1965,[41] and at the same time Wells Gray Park was classified as a Class B park.  ...  Proximity of the an urban area, or to an environmentally sensitive area may be examples of "situation", but the fertility, slope, historical significance or sensitivity of the land itself may be  ... 
doi:10.14288/1.0077661 fatcat:33diu2lwivft5n4yslg7kc5gti

Settlement planning and lake management in the Cariboo region, British Columbia

Steven Dennis Olmstead
Fifteen years of rapid population growth, rising incomes, increased access due to improved highways and greater leisure time have produced, despite economic recession, a situation of continued strong demand  ...  As an example, consider a proposed medium density development (0.2 ha lots) on lakes classified first as low sensitivity and secondly as high sensitivity.  ...  Background material relating to this system is presented in Appendix II.  ... 
doi:10.14288/1.0096382 fatcat:dqb7wptdhzfn7oyritsspaa5ny

The Environmental Emergency and the Legality of Discretion in Environmental Law

Jocelyn Stacey
2015 Social Science Research Network  
Forest Practices Code of British Columbia Act, RSBC 1996, c 159, s 211.1, as repealed by Forest Act, RSBC 1996, c 157, s 105. 92. Nelson, supra note 40 at 465.  ...  The real challenge in the emergency context arises from a formal conception of the rule of law, which equates law with rules enacted by the legislature.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2619688 fatcat:lcallqyb4fhdzjva7pboa5ayqu

Strategy for the integration of small farms and wildlife habitats in the Greater Vancouver Regional District

Paul Martin Hilmer
Act (ARDA)(RSBC 1996).  ...  Development restrictions are connected to the title of the land over a long period of time. This program however is limited through the high cost of administration and regional real estate costs.  ... 
doi:10.14288/1.0088587 fatcat:dmsi7k4gmjhyfghet3uvgu2xmi

New Governance, Compliance, and Principles-Based Securities Regulation

Cristie L. Ford
2008 American Business Law Journal  
a fraud on any person. 16 Vol. 45 / American Business Law Journal the B.C. capital markets to disclose all ''material information'' (here, replacing ''material fact'' and ''material change'') on a real-time  ...  may only be available with the benefit of hindsight, but effective administration of justice and basic fairness principles require that some informational completeness be sacrificed in the interest of real-time  ...  time.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1744-1714.2008.00050.x fatcat:7hko3xkmmbhnzdsa2avfpkaq6a

Contested rights in cyberspace

Longmei Song
If we are to have alternatives to the digital libertarianism, we will have to contribute our own input to the process of shaping and re-defining rights in cyberspace as well as in the real world.  ...  both of the traditional dichotomy of the public and the private power in neoliberal regimes and of the control battle in which technology colludes with law to change the established equilibrium in the real  ...  At the same time, the mass cultivation of personal information from court records is discouraged, thus providing some measure of protection for such sensitive data.  ... 
doi:10.14288/1.0077669 fatcat:b5punyt4k5aohbprv7yiie7o7i


Kelsey Armstrong, Ron Franklin, Dana Jevremovic, Piotr Bychawski, David Jamieson, Lia, Colin Feasby, Simon Baines, Daina Kvisle
to time.  ...  At the same time, however, the Court noted that, to the extent that the alleged adverse impact was real, it was reversible, unlike the type of impacts alleged in Mikesew Cree and other cases.  ...  The defendant also passed a corporate resolution authorizing 296 RSBC 1996, c 431, s 1(1). 297 2010 FCA 125, [2010] Tax Act, which defines a lease as "a right to use tangible personal property."  ... 


Steven Leitl, Elizabeth Nickless, Robert Froehlich
Approximately 82 percent of unionized employees were in positions classified as "safety sensitive," and therefore subject to random testing. 174 Unifor, Local 707A filed a grievance on 19 July 2012 resulting  ...  ) in time.  ...  There are a number of factors that courts will consider when assessing whether a contract is primarily a service contract or a time and materials contract.  ... 

Talking to the wall : subtitle public input into the wording of the British Columbia treaty referendum questions

Pamela Mary Rickey
Because the date and time of each presentation was recorded on the individual coding sheet, it was also easy to refer back to the presenter's actual words.  ...  I classified them, therefore, as Aboriginal presenters.  ...  or education, for example], which has been underway in B.C. for some time" (Legislative Assembly of British Columbia, 2001,"Review of the Referendum Ballot," p. 4).  ... 
doi:10.14288/1.0090736 fatcat:vxbgfgfipbcltebz2j5c63g6ei

"Between knowing and not knowing" : privacy, transparency and digital records

Darra Hofman
As old fears of surveillance by Big Brother have yielded to multiveillance of individuals, communities and groups by a multitude of corporate and government entities, records, especially digital records  ...  This dissertation examines the relationship between privacy and transparency in digital records from an archival perspective.  ...  And velocity facilitates analysis as well as sharing in real time (Kerry, 2020).  ... 
doi:10.14288/1.0391887 fatcat:wmyj2csnvfdlzdclb5axq7o52e

The ecology, status and recovery prospects of Noonsack dace (Rhinichthys Cataractae ssp.) and Salish sucker (Catostomus sp.) in Canada

Michael Philip Pearson
Current extinction rates are estimated to be five-fold higher than those of terrestrial vertebrates and over 1000 times background rates estimated from the fossil record .  ...  The Local Government Act (RSBC 1996, c 323) requires that landowners dedicate 5% of their lands or pay cash-in-lieu to local governments at the time of subdivision.  ...  (Minor concern) Introduced Predators: Carp and black crappie have been recorded (FISS database, but inventory work has been limited.  ... 
doi:10.14288/1.0091922 fatcat:ca2z3tfxyfccjlyg5ac7y5lq7m

Negotiation and agreements in integrated resources management

Alexander Walter Gardner
This review is a sensitive task.  ...  Revised Statutes of British Columbia ("RSBC") c.219. 5. Forest Act, RSBC c.140, s.10. 6. Mineral Act, RSBC c.259, ss.29-37. 7.  ...  However, there may be instances where execution of such an agreement would be over an extended period of time and possibly encounter difficulties.  ... 
doi:10.14288/1.0077684 fatcat:kg6zaanb6vdyncjfpdzkjfomtm

Physician-nurse collaboration for safe and efficient care of patients with prolonged time-to-disposition in the Emergency Department

Anna Geiger-Whitlock
Nine recommendations for improving communication regarding patients with prolonged time-to-disposition were suggested.  ...  Patients with complex stories or challenging diagnoses often face long wait times in the Emergency Department (ED) due to a lack of collaboration between nurses and physicians in establishing a plan of  ...  classified as an interruption.  ... 
doi:10.14288/1.0406683 fatcat:prczvp5dnvckreuapqioonsm4e
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