Five of these respondents
indicated that low legal aid tariffs are creating access problems, since many
lawyers are unwilling to represent legal aid clients.
 One respondent indicated
access problems for PDRCC only, and another respondent indicated problems only
for H&C appeals.
 This respondent from the
CIC regional office in Halifax indicated that claimants have problems accessing
representation in Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island, where
immigration and refugee matters are not covered by legal aid, but they do not
have problems in Newfoundland where legal aid coverage is available.