National Post has an article on the murder of a rejected refugee claimant from Mexico.
One wonders what Jason Kenney has in mind for the refugee reforms (article here) but some educated guesses would have to include fast-tracking refugee claimants from certain countries and additional decision making responsibilities for tribunal officers (see also the National Post article here).
Any reform would have to address the current system which encourages bogus refugee claims. In essence, the economic benefit of a refugee claim includes the ability to remain in Canada and work for years. Getting to a quick yes or a quick no is good for genuine refugee claimants that can establish their claim for protection and good for Canada which can effectively and efficiently remove individuals and preserve the integrity of the immigration system of this country.