The Conference Board of Canada estimated in a July 2012 report that the economic impact of mental illness among working-aged Canadians could rise to $29.
What does CBOC stand for?
CBOC stands for Conference Board of Canada
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We have 16 other meanings of CBOC in our Acronym Attic
- Champion Beer of Britain (CAMRA Award for the Best Beer Ale in Britain)
- Children Beyond Our Borders
- Classic Bobtail (aka Commander Bobtail; Dan Wesson Firearms; handgun)
- College Battle of the Bands (competition; various universities)
- Compact Binary-Tree on Binary-Tree
- Conventional Blendstock for Oxygenate Blending (gasoline production)
- Care Bears on Crack (band)
- Central Bank of China
- Close Before Open Contact
- Community-Based Outpatient Clinic (Department of Veterans Affairs)
- Council of Boating Organizations of Canada
- Centennial Board of Cooperative Educational Services (Colorado)
- Clark-Beck Obsessive-Compulsive Inventory
- Cracker Barrel Old Country Store, Inc.
- Carbonaceous Biochemical Oxygen Demand
- Chapter Board of Directors (various organizations)
- Chemical and Biological Oxygen Demand (waste water treatment)
- Confirm Business Object Document (Oracle)
- Corporate Board of Directors
- Chesapeake Bay Organization Development Network
Samples in periodicals archive:
1) The Conference Board of Canada is forecasting that Saskatchewan's economy will grow faster than the country's as a whole until at least 2035.
If an acquirer chooses to ignore market disciplines and compete for market share through higher volumes and lower prices -- unlikely in the case of BHP but likely in the case of Sinochem -- the adverse fiscal impact on the province could be very significant," said the Conference Board of Canada study.
Although the Conference Board of Canada researchers involved in the report cautioned that the profiled companies are not ranked and based on a diverse geographic sampling of First Nations, Inuit, and Meis businesses, both researchers marvelled at the success of Blackfoot Crossing.
Sixty-one per cent of Chief Financial Officers (CFOs) say the pension crisis in Canada is widespread and likely to persist beyond the next few years, a dramatic increase compared to just two years ago, according to survey findings recently released by The Conference Board of Canada and Watson Wyatt Worldwide.
The CFI has really lived up to its name and has much to be proud of when it comes to governance," said Anne Golden, president and CEO of The Conference Board of Canada.
When an upcoming Conference Board of Canada report on innovation comes out in April, Lake says he fully expects the buzzwords "commercialization of innovation" to be on the lips of cabinet ministers and government bureaucrats everywhere.
The Conference Board of Canada recently reported estimates on the loss of business to both countries--7.