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Construction Specifications Canada (CSC)

A nonprofit organization devoted to the standardization of construction documents in Canada; used in both the private and public sectors. The MasterFormat has been adopted as the basis for a numbering and titling system for the Canadian National Master Specification (NMS). Head office: 120 Carlton St., Toronto ON M5A 4K2, Canada.


(1) (Card Security Code) A three-digit or four-digit number printed on the front or back of credit cards for security purposes. Called "Card Verification Value" (CVV) by Visa, "Card Validation Code" (CVC) by MasterCard and "Card Identification (CID) by American Express and Discover, the number is requested by merchants to ensure that people actually have the card in their possession. The CSC is also written into the magnetic stripe.

(2) (Common Short Codes) See short code.

(3) (Compact System Camera) See mirrorless camera.
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Kevin holds a Masters of Business Administration from the Richard Ivey School of Business at the University of Western Ontario and he has completed his Canadian Securities Course, Honours designation as well as his Options and Derivatives Course, Honours and Chartered Financial Analyst Program.
Along with her in-depth experience in financial planning/wealth management software sales, Connie was previously employed as a personal banker and financial advisor for RBC Financial Group, and is continuing to extend her financial services knowledge and expertise through certifications such as Canadian Securities Course, Investment Funds of Canada, Leadership Training and the Certified Financial Planner (CFP) designation.
She has a BA and MBA, and has completed the Canadian Securities Institute's Canadian Securities Course and Professional Financial Planners Course.

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