[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] The Ottawa Citizen said the original tweet was linked to a report by the Aboriginal Peoples Television Network where Afshin-Jam discussed how she tried to persuade a former chief, Terrence Nelson, to cut the ties he was developing with Iran.
What does TOC stand for?
TOC stands for The Ottawa Citizen (Ottawa, Canada)
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- The Objectivist Center
- The Ocean Conservancy
- The Odd Couple (Neil Simon play)
- The Oldham College (UK)
- The Orthopedic Center (various locations)
- The Otomotive College (Malaysia)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Last week, the Ottawa Citizen reported that Helene Campbell, a local woman wanted to raise awareness about organ donation.
The Liberals had trumpeted good governance told the Ottawa Citizen.
The Ottawa Citizen reported that the education ministry could close the evangelical schools if it decided that they would not comply with the sex education and evolution mandates.
That's why this initiative on the part of the King family, CanWest Global and the Ottawa Citizen is so welcome, and such a fitting tribute to the memory of Diane King Stuemer.
Local Canadian newspaper the Ottawa Citizen recently reported that city staff in Ottawa, Ontario have revealed that city public transportation service provider OC Transpo is considering the purchase of 30 new hybrid electric buses to be used for public service beginning in 2007.
Random House has not confirmed a new release date, but the hardcover book will be for sale at CAD60, reported The Ottawa Citizen.
ITEM: The owner of a small hardware store in Chelsea, Quebec, according to the Ottawa Citizen for August 3rd, "has been fined $12,000 for selling common household products to kill ants, wasps and hornets without a permit" on three occasions in 2001 and 2002.