CWAC

AcronymDefinition
CWACChildren with AIDS Charity (London, England, UK)
CWACClean Water Action Council (est. 1985; Wisconsin)
CWACCanadian Women's Army Corps (WWII)
CWACChildren without Appropriate Care (Save the Children)
CWACCoordinated Waterbird Counts (African Waterfowl Census Programme)
CWACCanines with a Cause (est. 2001; Ottawa, Ontario, Canada)
CWACCharlotte World Affairs Council
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"It is the type of housing that we need -- so people who might otherwise struggle are able to get on the housing ladder -- the site is earmarked for development in the neighbourhood plan, and it would bring money back to CWAC through council tax.
NOW Councillor Louise Gittins, CWaC cabinet member for communities and wellbeing, said: "We have been working to find a solution in order to have the golf club reopened in time for the spring and summer.
CWAC officers have admitted the new homes are expected to add 3.5 minutes to journeys heading into town during peak times and critics of the scheme called for work to begin on Chester's Western Relief Road before the homes are built.
Being too young to enlist in the Royal Canadian Air Force Women's Division at 20 years of age, Rochon joined the Canadian Women's Army Corps (CWAC) in 1942.
"I've longed to bring together my CWAC Movement community and my Kansas community to gather as ones named as God's beloved; to be who we are, and share our stories of liberation and struggle."
Lesley Naylor, chief executive of CWAC, said: "HIV/Aids has killed 25 million people worldwide and infected 33 million others but the plight of children affected by the global epidemic, who are living in the UK, is still largely unknown." Advances in treatment have helped make major changes within the HIV community, with lifeexpectancy improving.
CWAC's co-founder, comedienne Kate Copstick, 38, slammed the funding drought.
CWAC was borne out of recognition of the growing economic disparity that exists in the Charlotte community, and concern for its consequences.
The company disputed the council's interpretation and has launched a legal action against Cwac following its decision to remove the company from its memorial masons registration scheme.
Cheshire West and Chester Council (CWAC) said the closure of the Ellesmere Port venue was "disappointing" and that it was looking to see how to could be reopened.