VANOCVancouver Organizing Committee (2010 Winter Olympics; Canada; est. 2003)
VANOCVancouver Orgainzing Committee for the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games
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50 Indeed a conflict is apparent since ECJ, UK and Canadian jurisprudence caters for non-commercial trade mark use while the VANOC bill does not.
Madame Justice Fenlon identified three problems with forcing VANOC to disregard the IOC's decision to omit women's ski jumping from the Games and stage such events in any case within the Olympic programme.
They expressed their interest and listed their qualifications, and provided proof of First Nation, Inuit or Aboriginal ancestry to an art committee that consisted of representatives from VANOC, the Four Host Nations and art specialists (mainly Aboriginal).
In late 2008 VANOC claimed "With glowing hearts" (Des plus brillants exploits in French), lyrics from the national anthem, as trademarked mottos for the 2010 Olympics.
Shaw rightly laments the refusal of VANOC to consider the impact of its development decisions, especially in fostering unnecessary projects, or to accept the fact that "greening" the Games does not have to mean profit.
VANOC is responsible for the planning, organizing, financing and staging of the XXI Olympic Winter Games and the X Paralympic Winter Games in 2010.
5 million USD mobile medical unit is funded through GE's sponsorship value-in-kind agreement with VANOC.
Vancouver Olympic Organizing Committee: Wiley Canada entered into an agreement with VANOC, becoming the official publication partner of the 2010 Winter Olympic and Paralympics Games in Vancouver/Whistler.
This education and awareness program, which promotes the values of fair play, is currently being used in collaboration with the Vancouver Organizing Committee for the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games, also known as VANOC.
As a Tier III supplier, Birks will provide VANOC with a uniquely Canadian gifting and licensed merchandise program that will commemorate the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games.
If conditions are imposed during] a campaign or a major mobilization like the anti-Olympic one, and you have conditions where they're not allowed to attend any VANOC or Olympic related events, for example, or protests, then that's going to have a big impact on organizers' ability to organize and participate in these actions.
The IOC and Disney are probably the two most brand-sensitive companies on the planet," said Greg Mancusi-Ungaro, the chief media officer of Brand Protect, which handled digital reputation management for Vancouver's Olympic committee, VANOC, during the 2010 Olympics.