In 2008, the Canadian Studies program was renamed "Understanding Canada," and its mandate was changed.
What does CSP stand for?
CSP stands for Canadian Studies Program (various schools)
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- California Society of Periodontists
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- Call Service Position
- Cambridge Science Park (UK)
- Canadian Softwood Plywood (plywood grade)
- Canadian Specialists Program
- Canadian Staging Professionals (Minnesota)
- Canadian Stock Photos (intellectual property)
- Capacity Service Provider
- Carbon Sequestration Project (various organizations)
- Career and Succession Planning (human resources)
- Career Sea Pay
- Career Services and Placement (various organizations)
- Caribbean Stud Poker (gambling)
- Cash Settlement Price (finance)
- Casual Sex Partner
- Catégories Socioprofessionnelles (French: Occupational Status)
- Causeway Section, Powered
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Also announced in February was the elimination of the Canadian Studies program.
edu Mark Paul Richard (Coordinator of the Canadian Studies program at the State University of New York-Plattsburgh and Associate Professor of History and Canadian Studies) presents Loyal but French: The Negotiation of Identity by French-Canadian Descendants in the United States, a thoughtful study of French-Canadian Americans.
I read recently in a University of Alberta newsletter that the Canadian Studies program in the Faculty of Arts has been recommended for closure.
As part of my enriched Canadian studies program at Alexander Galt Regional High School, I had the task of creating a short fictional journal, which captured the experiences of a young Loyalist.
In 1991, he was named director of the Canadian Studies Program and its center.
Bukowczyk (Professor of History and Director of the Canadian Studies Program at Wayne State University in Detroit), Nora Faires (Associate Professor of History and Women's Studies at Western Michigan University in Kalamazoo), David R.