Each student was given miniature Canadian and Queen's Diamond Jubilee flags, courtesy of the Department of Canadian Heritage.
What does DoCH stand for?
DoCH stands for Department of Canadian Heritage
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- Documents Division (US DoD)
- Date Of Current Enlistment
- Direct Observation Clinical Encounter Examination (surgery)
- Department of Consumer and Employment Protection (Australia)
- Directorate of Optometric Continuing Education and Training (UK)
- Document Exploitation
- Department of Commerce Federal Credit Union
- Dakota Ojibway Child and Family Services (Canada)
- Denominazione di Origine Controllata e Garantita (Italian: Checked and Guaranteed Origin Name)
- Dog Obedience Club of Greenville, Inc. (South Carolina)
- Determinants of Community Health (University of Toronto; Canada)
- District of Columbia Habitat for Humanity (Washington, DC)
- Daughters of Charity Health System (Los Altos Hills, CA)
- Document Identifier
- Digital Optical Cellular Image Processor
- Indigenous Peoples' Center for Documentation, Research and Information (Swizterland)
- Data Over Cable System Interface Specification
- Documents in Computing and Information Science
- Department of Communications, Information and the Arts (Australia)
- Department of Communications, Information Technology and the Arts (Australia)
Samples in periodicals archive:
We received a grant from the Department of Canadian Heritage for $90,000," said Dean Rogers, president of the PPDA.
White explained that Canada Council funding criteria are clear, but that funding from the Department of Canadian Heritage was not transparent, nor is it clear who makes decisions.
The Office of the Official Languages Commissioner of Canada and the department of Canadian Heritage also contributed.
Gatineau, QC: Research Directorate, Multiculturaiism and Human Rights Program, Department of Canadian Heritage.
Financially assisted by the Government of Canada through the Department of Canadian Heritage.
The majority of the cash came from the Department of Canadian Heritage budget and was used in such cases as that of Marc Hall in May 2002, in which the Ontario Superior Court of Justice ordered the Durham Catholic district school board to allow Hall to bring his boyfriend to the high-school prom, despite the board's objection on religious grounds.
The Department of Canadian Heritage has also funded the homosexual lobby group EGALE, (Equality for Gays and Lesbians Everywhere), to the tune of $112,800 during 2004-2005 (LSN, August 29).