TDRC

AcronymDefinition
TDRCToronto Disaster Relief Committee
TDRCTropical Diseases Research Centre (World Health Assembly; Zambia; est. 1977)
TDRCTruck Drivers Resource Canada
TDRCTime-Domain Raised Cosine
TDRCTheater Detainee Reporting Center
TDRCTemperature Differential Recorder Controller
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The TDRC would work under the administrative control of Ministry of Commerce with same powers as vested in a Civil Court for swift and effective resolution of disputes relating to the export and import of goods and services including the e-commerce trade.
He said TDRC would also help chambers of commerce in their capacity building and trainings regarding mediation/arbitration of trade disputes.
In sharp contrast to advocates in the 1980s, however, the TDRC did not make the case for housing not hostels; instead their declaration identified a long-term need for affordable housing and an immediate need for more and better shelters.
107) During the campaign for the 1% Solution--the first phase of which was rolled out nationally between 1999 and 2001--the TDRC sought to raise awareness of the scale of the homeless problem and to influence the federal government through several forms of lobbying, including a guided tour of Toronto's homeless "disaster," a tactic undoubtedly influenced by BASIC's "real Toronto" tour in the 1980s.
110) The following month the TDRC made a similar statement to the City's Community and Neighbourhood Services Committee (CNSC) when it requested the City make available more shelter beds: "Ultimately, our goal is a national housing policy and other long-term solutions to homelessness.