CNPCC

AcronymDefinition
CNPCCCanadian Network of Palliative Care for Children
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The District suffered major reversals in the mid-1920s when the CNPCC used lockouts to break the Fernie and Michel-Natal UMWA Locals in 1924-25, and when many Alberta Locals withdrew later that year.
Between 1956 and 1958, however, production by the CNPCC fell by 44 per cent (see Table 1, last column).
The CNPCC network is designed to provide integrated data, voice and facsimile communications using VSAT terminals.