This is a revised version of a presentation to the Canadian Study of Parliament Group on January 25, 2012.
What does CSPG stand for?
CSPG stands for Canadian Study of Parliament Group
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- Channel Swimming & Piloting Federation
- Cisco Secure PIX Firewall
- Civil Service Provident Fund (Hong Kong)
- Constrained Shortest Path First (IEEE)
- Cisco Secure PIX Firewall Advanced (Global Knowledge)
- Cisco Secure PIX (Private Internet Exchange) Firewall Fundamentals (computing)
- Colorado State Patrol Family Foundation (est. 1980; Association of Colorado State Patrol Professionals; Lakewood, CO)
- Collins Stewart Property Fund Management (Uxbridge, UK)
- Continuous-Scale Physical Functional Performance (older adult test)
- Canadian Society of Petroleum Geologists
- Center for the Study of Political Graphics (Los Angeles, CA)
- Center for the Study of Politics and Governance (Hubert H. Humphrey Institute of Public Affairs; University of Minnesota; Minneapolis, MN)
- Certified Specialist in Planned Giving (American Institute for Philanthropic Studies)
- Chondroitin Sulfate Proteoglycans
- Coated Spheriodical Graphite
- China Society for Promotion of the Guangcai Programme (Asia; nongovernmental United Nations consultants; founded 1994)
- Colorado School of Public Health (University of Colorado, Denver; Colorado State University; University of Northern Colorado)
- Colorado School of Public Health Initiative
- Civil Service Public Housing Quota (Hong Kong)
- Center for Science in the Public Interest
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Originally presented at a Canadian Study of Parliament Group conference in May 2000 and updated for publication, the chapters encapsulate the different strands of reform in each country in the 1990s.
This is a revised and edited version of her presentation to the Pathways to Parliament Conference organized by the Canadian Study of Parliament Group, The Hon.
This is a revised version of a presentation at the Canadian Study of Parliament Group conference on "Whom Do You Trust?
He is a member of the Association of Clerks-at-the-Table in Canada, the Canadian Study of Parliament Group, the Canadian Aviation Historical Society and a former President of the Roland Groome Chapter and a member of the National Board of Directors of the CAHS.
A close relationship with the Canadian Study of Parliament Group and with the Parliamentary Interns allows the Table Research Branch to keep abreast of topical academic and research issues at the national level and across the country.
This is a revised version of a speech to the 2005 Conference organized by the Canadian Study of Parliament Group and the Department of Canadian Studies at Mount Allison University held in Ottawa on March 11,2005.
This article is based on a presentation to the Canadian Study of Parliament Group on April 25, 1998.