Canterbury now has a Regional Council, known as Environment Canterbury, which covers territories governed by nine District Councils and the Christchurch City Council.
What does CCC stand for?
CCC stands for Christchurch City Council (New Zealand)
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- Chinese Community Church (various locations)
- Chinese Control Conference
- Chinese Culture Center
- Chinese Culture Club (USC)
- Chlorine Chemistry Council
- Chocolate Chip Cookies
- Chopping Current Control
- Christ Church Cranbrook (Michigan)
- Christ Community Church (various locations)
- Christ Covenant Church (various locations)
- Christchurch Convention Centre (New Zealand)
- Christian City Church (Australia)
- Christian Community Center (various locations)
- Christian Conference Center
- Christian Counseling Center (various locations)
- Church Computer Center
- CIK Comfirmation Code
- Cincinnati Car Company
- Cincinnati Convention Center
- Circuit Controls Corporation (Petoskey, MI)
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The Upper Riccarton School and Community Library was purpose built by the Christchurch city council in partnership with Riccarton High School, to serve the local multicultural urban community of 30,000 and the 1100 school populations as an integrated learning, information and leisure facility.
The Chapel Trust and the Friends of the Chapel committee are working with the Christchurch City Council and the Canterbury District Health Board to make repairs as soon as possible.
Also the speed and efficiency of the Christchurch City Council to clean the place up and restore services has been extraordinary.
According to CNN Website, the Christchurch City Council declared a state of emergency in response to what it called "significant damage," just hours after the 7.
Acknowledgments Christchurch City Council and staff, specifically Andrew Crossland, Ken Couling, and Christine Heremaia.
HIA METHODOLOGY The project was initiated through a conversation by two attendees at HIA training (4) in April 2005, one a public health medicine registrar (Anna Stevenson, lead author of this paper) from Community and Public Health (CPH), the public health division of Canterbury District Health Board, the other a senior professional in environmental health from Christchurch City Council (CCC).