Canada's military justice system can be confusing in its nuances as it strays from the Criminal Code of Canada and other tenets of civilian law that establish Canada's common law tradition.
What does CCC stand for?
CCC stands for Criminal Code of Canada
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- Cowiche Canyon Conservancy (Yakima, WA)
- Cox Customer Care Center
- CPU Clock Counter
- Crackers Comedy Club
- Crane Carrier Corporation (truck manufacturer)
- Creative Challenge Call
- Credit Counselors Corporation
- Crenshaw Christian Center (Los Angeles, CA)
- Crescent City Classic (Louisiana)
- Crisis Coordination Center
- Criteria Continuous Concentration (water quality)
- Critical Care Conference (various locations)
- Critical Coagulant Concentration
- Critical Control Circuit
- Crofton Country Club (Crofton, MD)
- Cross Country Canada (Canada)
- Cross Cultural Center
- Cross Cultural Communications (course)
- Cross Cutting Capability (US Army)
Samples in periodicals archive:
For example, at the start of Section 151 (sexual interference) of the Criminal Code of Canada (box below) you can see from the wording that it is the older person, not the younger person, who is breaking the law.
Joining the US on Tuesday, Canada said the TTP is a terrorist outfit under the Criminal code of Canada.
But the Criminal Code of Canada actually has a different set of rules governing women who don't care for their newborns or kill them.
As many of you know, Bill C-45 came into force March 31, 2004, amending the Criminal Code of Canada to increase the potential for criminal liability for workplace injuries or fatalities.
Section 253 of the Criminal Code of Canada has two parts to it: (a) impaired driving and (b) driving with a blood alcohol level of over .
It extends the Criminal Code of Canada to hold corporations (and all those who direct the work of others) accountable for failing to take appropriate measures to protect health and safety.