MacKinnon is a legal scholar, writer and advisor to governments and post-secondary institutions in the areas of innovation and justice; he was appointed an Officer of the Order of Canada in January 2012.
What does OC stand for?
OC stands for Officer of the Order of Canada
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- Office and Communication Module
- Office Coordinator (administrative position)
- Office of Censorship
- Office of Communications
- Office of Compliance (US FDA)
- Office of the Commissioner
- Office of the Comptroller
- Officer Candidate
- Officer Commanding
- Officer in Command
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DEREK BURNEY, Officer of the Order of Canada and former Ambassador to the United States Meisel's voice warms the pages of this engaging memoir.
Currently he is a member of the Privy Council and an Officer of the Order of Canada, as well as a senior fellow in Public Policy at the University of Saskatchewan.
Henry Gault, who was awarded Officer of the Order of Canada in 1991 for his work in nephrology, as well as the landmark formula in evaluating kidney function, was a major influence on Viki's professional achievements.
Adams' contribution to Canadian ballet, particularly in its pioneering era, was belatedly recognized in 2004 with his appointment as Officer of the Order of Canada.
Jackson, an Officer of the Order of Canada and well known for his roles in shows like North of 60 and Shining Time Station, was the emcee for the event.
MacKinnon was an officer of the Order of Canada and former Prince Edward Islander of the year.
He was invested as an officer of the Order of Canada in 1978 and awarded the Order of the Sacred Treasure by the Government of Japan in 1992.