The company has been such a hallmark attraction that the Northern Ontario Development Corporation (the forerunner to the Northern Ontario Heritage Fund) once approached him with a loan opportunity.
What does ODC stand for?
ODC stands for Ontario Development Corporation (Government of Ontario Corporation - Canada)
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We have 170 other meanings of ODC in our Acronym Attic
- Ohio Dominican College (Columbus, Oh, USA)
- Oki Data Corporation (various locations)
- Oklahoma Department of Commerce
- On Demand Community (IBM)
- On Demand Configuration (software)
- On-Demand Routing with Caching
- One Day Competition
- One Degree Connected LLC
- Online Data Correction
- Ontario Dairy Council (Canada)
- Open Data Connection (Microsoft)
- Open Database Connectivity
- Open Door Cambridge
- Open Door Clinic
- Opening Day Collection (various organizations)
- Opera don Calabria (disability organization; Verona, Italy)
- Operation Desert Capture
- Operational Data Center (various organizations)
- Operational Data Centre (various organizations)
- Operational Design Criteria
Samples in periodicals archive:
National Bank of Canada, Matine Fashion Foundation, Ontario Development Corporation and Gilmore's Department Stores in the United States.
Sweatman worked with the Ontario Development Corporation, implementing systems and procedures for small business, and with World Resources Institute as a Visiting Fellow.
He said these factors, as well as the existence of such government funding mechanisms as FedNor, the Northern Ontario Heritage Fund and the Northern Ontario Development Corporation, help the city put "a respectable and strong package on the table.
Plans for a meeting this month between the Northern Ontario Development Corporation (NODC) and Ceilia Corporation of Rainy River are being finalized.
Can-Air has been given a $500,000 provincial loan guarantee from the Northern Ontario Development Corporation.
The Northern Ontario Development Corporation (NODC) has also offered a $405,000 loan for the project.
The company initially received a $422,000 loan from the Northern Ontario Development Corporation (NODC) to help pay for start-up costs which totalled more than $1 million.