A final ruling is likely to take years and the case is expected to eventually be taken up by the British Columbia court of appeals and perhaps Canada's federal supreme court.
What does BCCA stand for?
BCCA stands for British Columbia Court of Appeal (British Columbia, Canada)
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- Black College Communication Association
- Blue Cross of California (insurance company)
- Board Committee on Conformity Assessment (ANSI term)
- Bolwell Car Club of Australia (Camperdown, NSW, Australia)
- Bournemouth Centre for Community Arts (UK)
- Brewery Collectibles Club of America
- Brick City Center for the Arts
- British Columbia Cancer Agency
- British Columbia Chiropractic Association (Canada)
- British Columbia Construction Association
- British Correspondence Chess Association
- British Cyclo-Cross Association
- Broadcast Cable Credit Association, Inc. (Northfield, IL)
- Baltimore City College Alumni Association (Baltimore, MD)
- Benton County Clean Air Authority (Washington)
- Bolivar County Community Action Agency (Mississippi)
- British Columbia Colleges Athletic Association
- Board Certified Companion Animal Behaviorist (credential)
- Boulder County Clean Air Consortium (Colorado)
- British Columbia Coalition for Abortion Clinics (Canada)
Samples in periodicals archive:
00 Hardcover KEB165 For scholars, judges, lawyers, and general readers, Moore, a writer of Canadian history and author of books on legal history, provides a history of the British Columbia Court of Appeal from 1910 to 2010.
Windspeaker Writer OTTAWA The federal government has responded strictly to the directions of the British Columbia Court of Appeal in amendments introduced to the Indian Act through Bill C-3 that will change the requirements for registering status Indians.
Writing for the majority, Justices Michel Bastarache and Louis LeBel upheld an earlier British Columbia Court of Appeals ruling.