The Court Challenges Program provided funding for women, minority and other disadvantaged groups to initiate test court cases involving rights.
What does CCP stand for?
CCP stands for Court Challenges Program
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- Countermeasure Control Panel
- Country Conflict Profile
- County Court Proceedings (UK)
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- Creative Communities Program (various locations)
- Creative Concepts and Promotions
- Credit Card Purchase
- Crisis Center Productions
- Crisis Counseling Assistance and Training Program
- Critical Care Paramedic
- Critical Care Practitioner
Samples in periodicals archive:
Yes, the Harper government has made some improvements, such as the abolition of the Court Challenges Program, the appointment of judges opposed to judicial activism, and extending child support directly to families instead of spending billions on centralized daycare.
A substantial part of my case has been supported by the Court Challenges Program and the Court Challenges Program has been cut.
Homosexual Lobby The Canadian anti-spanking movement's legal challenge to Section 43 has been subsidized by the Court Challenges Program, a $4.
Long said he, on behalf of the Native Council of Canada, will look for financial support from the Court Challenges Program of Canada.
Furthermore, he said that in the next election, his Liberal party would restore funding to the Court Challenges Program (Xtra, Jan 18, 2008).
In its seventh and eighth reports, both presented in the House on October 5, 2006, the Committee recommended that the government maintain the Museums Assistance Program at the same level as in fiscal year 2005-2006, that a new museum policy be established, and that the government continue funding the Court Challenges Program at the fiscal 2005-2006 level.
The cutbacks have affected programs such as the Court Challenges Program, the Law Commission of Canada, Status of Women Canada, Adult Learning and Literacy Programs, Youth Employment Programs, the Museum Assistance Program, First Nations Programs, and the Canadian Volunteerism Initiative.