NOACC

AcronymDefinition
NOACCNorthern Ohio Area Chambers of Commerce
NOACCNorthwestern Ontario Associated Chamber of Commerce (est. 1931; Canada)
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With funding from FedNor, NOACC hired Crupi Consulting to survey more than 200 mining-related businesses who have indicated they were not in favour of an association at this time.
The third improvement-based criterion NoAcc was not able to stop a single optimization run during the given maximum number of generations, so it is classified as unsuitable for PSO although it showed a good performance for DE in [20].
Ian McCormack, Co-Chair of the Conference, stated to the writer, "We wanted to create a learning opportunity for NOACC members as well as people in the mining and business community." He added, "We felt that First Nation communities and individuals should have and can have opportunities in that industry" NOACC's goal was to present "strategic perspectives" rather than to debate issues.
[NOMA in conjunction with NOACC will take the initial lead utilizing an expanded NOMA Energy Committee as the vehicle for implementation of the recommendations.]
"Rising energy costs have hit pulp and paper companies particularly hard as electricity accounts for approximately 30 per cent of their operating costs," said NOACC president Barry Streib in a statement.
"NOACC is a partner in the process of adjustment that so many communities in Northwestern Ontario are experiencing.
Rural or one-industry communities in the northwest are experiencing a decline in funding support from traditional lenders, the NOACC report states.
NOACC claimed that the administrative cost of investing in remote Northern communities was too high.
NOACC has been lobbying for years for the Ontario government to copy Manitoba's successful grow bonds initiative.
Kidd welcomes the possibility of working with the NOACC to bring pan-northern issues to the fore.
"Hopefully it will be one of the mechanisms by which we can start to take control of our own economy in Northern Ontario," says Tannis Drysdale, president of NOACC.