CISP

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CISPCardholder Information Security Program (Visa)
CISPCardholder Information Security Program
CISPComitato Internazionale per lo Sviluppo dei Popoli (International Committee for the Development of Populations)
CISPCongress on Image and Signal Processing
CISPCertified IRA Services Professional (American Bankers Association)
CISPCommercial Internet Service Provider
CISPComputer Information Science Programming (Los Rios Community College District; California)
CISPCounterintelligence Support Plan
CISPCaledon Institute of Social Policy (Canada)
CISPClassification Internationale des Soins de Santé Primaires (International Classification of Primary Care)
CISPCounterintelligence Strategic Parnership (US FBI)
CISPCast-Iron Soil Pipe (drainage)
CISPCommunity Intensive Supervision Program
CISPCooperative Insurance System of the Philippines
CISPCapital Investment Strategic Plan
CISPCentres Internationaux de Séjours de Paris (French tourism agency)
CISPCable Internet Service Provider
CISPCritical Infrastructure Security Project (USACE)
CISPCertified International Safety Practitioner
CISPCheminform Saint-Petersburg Ltd
CISPCTC Instrumentation Systems Plan/Program
CISPCommunity Initiative Support Programme
CISPCommand Instrument System Processor
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(4) Michael Mendelson, Why We Need a First Nations Education Authority Act (Ottawa: Caledon Institute of Social Policy, 2009).
The "left/progressive" code includes the social democratic Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives, the liberal-left Caledon Institute of Social Policy, and the environmentalist David Suzuki Foundation.
A report from the University of Toronto's Mowat Centre and the Caledon Institute of Social Policy maintains that the job grant has all the signs of a proposal picked out of thin air and recommends the poorly designed scheme should be scrapped.
Canada's Caledon Institute of Social Policy found that affordability was the greatest problem with regard to housing in Canada.
He helped found the Caledon Institute of Social Policy and the Tamarack Institute, a community development organization.
The third partner was the Caledon Institute of Social Policy, with a mandate to facilitate the learning process through a combination of publishing expert research on neighbourhood revitalization, documenting the different approaches to neighbourhood change across the five cities, and hosting a regular policy dialogue that engaged government departments and community representatives.
Ken Battley, Michael Mendelson, and Sherri Torjman, Ottawa: Caledon Institute of Social Policy. www.caledoninst.org
The Caledon Institute of Social Policy has some suggestions about how to increase the supply of affordable housing.
(26) The Caledon Institute of Social Policy estimates that total federal spending on child benefits will have increased from 1997 to 2007 by 61 percent in real terms.
The Caledon Institute of Social Policy provides definitions of the terms affordable, suitable, and adequate housing.
Anne Makhoul, Caledon Institute of Social Policy, Ottawa.