The Honourable Jim Flaherty, Minister of Finance, today announced the appointment of Nicholas Wemyss to the Board of Directors of the Canada Development Investment Corporation (CDIC).
What does CDIC stand for?
CDIC stands for Canada Development Investment Corporation (est. 1982)
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We have 57 other meanings of CDIC in our Acronym Attic
- Center for Digital Imaging Arts at Boston University (Waltham, MA)
- California Debt and Investment Advisory Commission
- Carbon Dioxide Information Analysis Center
- Canadian Defence Industrial Base
- Certificate of Degree of Indian Blood
- China Development Industrial Bank (Taiwan)
- Community Diversity Issues Board
- Customs Drug Investigation Bureau (Hong Kong)
- Cystic Dilatation of Intrahepatic Biliary System (pediatric surgery)
- Calgary Drop-In & Rehab Centre (Canada)
- Canadian Deposit Insurance Corporation
- Canadian Drug Identification Codebook
- Carbon Dioxide Information Center
- Center for Data Intensive Computing (BNL)
- Central Deposit Insurance Corporation (various locations)
- Chaland de Débarquement d'Infanterie et de Chars (French: Landing Infantry Barge and Tanks)
- Chronic Diseases In Canada (journal)
- Clostridium Difficile-Induced Colitis
- Congressional District Impeachment Committee
- Contractor Data Integrity Check
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During his tenure at the House of Commons, he was also responsible to Parliament for numerous Crown Corporations, Boards and Commissions, including The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, Canadair, De Havilland, The Canada Development Investment Corporation, Federal Business Development Bank, and Export Development Corporation.
In addition to his Senate position, Senator Austin's political career has involved serving as the Deputy Minister in The Ministry of Energy, Mines and Resources; Principal Secretary (Chief of Staff) to the Right Honourable Pierre Trudeau, Prime Minister of Canada; and as a Federal Cabinet Minister handling portfolios such as the Minister of State for the Canada Development Investment Corporation, Minister of State for Social Development, and Minister for Expo '86 in Vancouver.