CCUACivil Court Users Association (UK)
CCUAClauses et Conditions Uniformisées d'Achat (French: Terms and Conditions of Purchase; Public Works and Government Services Canada)
CCUACommunity Care Underwriting Agency (insurance; California)
CCUAConnecticut Credit Union Association
CCUACalifornia Compassionate Use Act of 1996
CCUAChicago Council on Urban Affairs (Illinois)
CCUAClean Catch Urine Analysis
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The CCUA represents more than 300 credit unions and caisses populaires outside of Quebec, Canada.
According to the company, with the addition of its VISTA multivendor software platform, CCUA member credit unions will be able to provide seamless banking services across all channels and maximise the efficiencies of their ATM networks.
"In 2014, we reclaimed more than 2.5 billion gallons of wastewater," said Tommy Eure, CCUA supervisor of locate and right-of-way maintenance services, keeping that many gallons of water containing waste and solids out of the St.
CCUA began reclamation operations in 1998 with one treatment plant.
A validity--reliability study of the CCUA was done by Tatli (2011) to cover all the learning outcomes of the chemical changes unit.
The data were collected using the CCUA and LET at the beginning and at the end of the study period as pre-test and post-test measures of student achievement.
But, in the real world it's up to the CCUA to figure it out.
"Ottawa is telling credit unions to stop using the words Canadians use to describe the work we do," Martha Durdin, CCUA's president/CEO, said.
The CCUA's founding group of eleven credit unions represents approximately $1.9 billion in assets.