There are many programs run by Historica-Dominion such as: Encounters with Canada, Passages to Canada, My Parks Pass, Canadian Aboriginal Writing Challenge, Black History Canada, The Canadian Encyclopedia, FYI Canada, History Wire, Canadian Battlefields Study Tour, The Memory Project: Stories from the Second World War.
What does TCE stand for?
TCE stands for The Canadian Encyclopedia
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
See other definitions of TCE
We have 232 other meanings of TCE in our Acronym Attic
- Temperature Coefficient of Expansion
- Temperature Control Element (medical equipment)
- Temporary Construction Easement
- Terminal Control Equipment
- Terre Ciel Energies (French: Earth Sky Energy; France)
- Test Cost Estimate
- Testing Center of Excellence (software development)
- Texas Cooperative Extension
- The California Endowment (Los Angeles, CA; est. 1996)
- The Chemical Engineer (journal of the Institute of Chemical Engineers)
- The Chemistry Experiment (band; UK)
- The Common Enterprise (San Antonio, TX)
- The Creative Exchange
- Thermal Canister Experiment (US NASA)
- Thermal Coefficient of Expansion
- Thermal Conditioning Electronics
- Thermal Control Electronics
- Thomson Consumer Electronics
- Threshold-Crossing Event (US NASA)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The Canadian Encyclopedia describes Jewitt as a shrewd observer.
She was a founder of the CCF, although she is described in The Canadian Encyclopedia as one who "distrusted partisanship and did not acknowledge party discipline.
Historian John Moir notes in the Canadian Encyclopedia that Presbyterian minister Rev.
Look for Macdonald's name in the Canadian Encyclopedia and you find pages and pages of Macs and Mcs.
THE DUST JACKET of THE CANADIAN ENCYCLOPEDIA (3rd edition, 1999) literally wraps the reference book in the flag, a device referred to by publisher Avie Bennett in his foreword: "It is no accident that the cover for this book is based on the Canadian flag.
According to the Canadian Encyclopedia, the word "patriation," which is used to describe bringing the Constitution home from Britain, is uniquely Canadian.
I particularly chose sources of reference such as the Canadian Encyclopedia, Canadian Who's Who, Canadian Parliamentary Guide (for politicians and government off icials) as they can be found in both public and university libraries, and are easily accessible to everyone.