Business Risk Management Review Committee (BRMRC)
Learn about the Business Risk Management Review Committee's responsibilities.
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Address: 1 Stone Rd West, Box 3660 Stn. Central, Guelph ON N1H 8M4
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Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs
1 Stone Road West, 4th FL NE
Guelph, ON N1G 4Y2
Tel.: 1 (877) 424-1300
Fax: (519) 826-3442
The Business Risk Management (BRM) programs, delivered by Ontario's program administrator, were established to provide producers with effective tools to manage business risks. A program participant may submit a review request in the case of disagreement with how BRM program rules were applied to the participant's application by the program administrator. The Business Risk Management Review Committee (BRMRC) is responsible for hearing review requests of program administrator decisions in relation to program applications and making non-binding recommendations to the delivery agent. The BRMRC has the authority to consider requests for reviews under: (a) AgriStability; (b) Ontario's Risk Management Program; (c) Ontario's Self-Directed Risk Management Program; (d) Ontario Wildlife Damage Compensation Program (e) any other BRM program that the Lieutenant Governor in Council or the Minister assigns responsibility to the BRMRC for considering requests for reviews of a program administrator's decision.
Terms of Reference
The BRMRC consists of a minimum of three (3) members appointed by the Minister. The chair and vice-chair(s) are selected by the Minister.
For a list of current members please refer to the Public Appointment Secretariat's (PAS) website.
Term: Members are appointed for an initial term of 3 years and are eligible for reappointment for another term of up to 3 years at the Minister's discretion.
Meetings: The BRMRC meets on an "as needed" basis and will not consider a request for review unless it has quorum.
Appointees are remunerated according to Schedule A, Level 2 of the Agencies and Appointments Directive.
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