CDSA


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AcronymDefinition
CDSAControlled Drugs and Substances Act (Canada)
CDSAComprehensive Digestive Stool Analysis
CDSACommon Data Security Architecture (Intel API)
CDSAContent Delivery and Storage Association (formerly the International Recording Media Association)
CDSACanadian Disability Studies Association
CDSACanadian Deaf Sports Association
CDSACommunity Day School Association
CDSACombat Direction Systems Activity (US Navy; Dam Neck, VA)
CDSACommunity Development Support Association
CDSACentre for Development Studies and Activities (India)
CDSACentral Delaware Soccer Association
CDSACanadian Dam Safety Association
CDSAComplete Digestive Stool Analysis
CDSAClass D Surface Area
CDSAColorado Disc Sports Association
CDSAComprehensive Diagnostic Stool Analysis
CDSACommunity Development and Substance Abuse
CDSAComplex and Dynamic Systems Architectures
CDSAChild Development/School-Age
CDSACommittee for Disabled Student Accessibility
CDSACalifornia Dental Society of Anesthesiology (San Gabriel, CA)
CDSAChild Development Service Agencies
CDSAChapter Distinguished Service Award
CDSACalifornia Division of the State Architect
CDSACiudad y Departamento de Santa Ana
CDSACanadian Dual Sport Association
CDSACorps Data Staging Area
CDSACareer Development and Staff Appraisal (UK)
CDSACorporate Direct Sales Associate
CDSACommon Digital Sensor Architecture (US Navy)
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In June, Health Canada published the regulation that added opioid analgesics AH-7921, MT-45, W-18 to schedule I of the CDSA and Lefetamine to schedule III of the CDSA.
Almost 53,000 fans flocked to see the Baggies entertain CDSA in 1957, now known as CSKA Moscow, in what turned out to be an epic encounter.
Over the last three years, with a small, effective team, CDSA has supported the complete $90 million overhaul and reactivation effort for the USCGC Polar Star (WAGB-10) by designing, developing, installing, and testing a new MPCMS.
The application of the CDSA prohibitions against possession and trafficking to Insite resulted in a violation of the claimants' rights to "life, liberty and security of the person" and is not in accordance with the principles of fundamental justice.
90) The Court found that the CDSA prohibition of possession triggered the liberty interests of Insite staff, as their actions in allowing controlled substances within Insite's premises could result in potential imprisonment.
Indeed, the Supreme Court in its 9 to 0 decision affirmed that the refusal of the federal government to renew the CDSA exemption contravened section 7 of the Charter which states: "Everyone has the right to life, liberty and security of the person and the right not to be deprived thereof except in accordance with the principles of fundamental justice.
PHS Community Service Society, the operator of Insite, and the Vancouver Area Network of Drug Users brought a series of actions seeking a range of declaratory relief on the basis that Insite was a provincial undertaking related to health, and therefore constitutionally immune from the CDSA.
The workshop came alive with enthusiastic and encouraging participation from an eclectic audience that comprised of personnel from Tata Tech, KPIT, CDSA, 3cIT and Clean Cities Forum.
Below are these words, as found in CDSA, divided into nouns, adjectives and verbs respectively.
Backing into cannabis reform: The CDSA and Toronto's diversion experiment.