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Noun1.DoJC - an agency of the Canadian government that provides litigation and legal advice and opinions to the government
international law enforcement agency - an international administrative unit responsible for law enforcement
Canada - a nation in northern North America; the French were the first Europeans to settle in mainland Canada; "the border between the United States and Canada is the longest unguarded border in the world"
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"I walked into a Polish store, and the lady was telling me that the Russians had come," Dojc recalls.
So I decided there was no point in going to the airport."Dojc made his way to the International Student House where people like him were already gathering.
"But if you want to live in a free country, get out, tomorrow if possible." Dojc left and, soon after, the Iron Curtain came crashing down definitively.
It is these fortuitous events, now almost five decades past, that we can ultimately thank for Last Folio, Dojc's astonishing collection of still photographs that document the ravaged lewish communities of Slovakia.
(59.) Barkany and Dojc, Zidovske nabozenske obce na Slovensku, p.
Since Canada's anti-gambling laws do not expressly apply to Internet gambling or to third-party transactors, the DOJC's agreement with Neteller indicates de facto jurisdiction over online gambling and payment intermediaries.
It is against the backdrop of vaguely defined personal jurisdiction over the Internet that the Neteller settlement with the DOJC gains importance The settlement is the first attempt by a Canadian agency to broaden Canada's jurisdictional reach.
World-renowned Slovak expat, photographer Yuri Dojc, has lived in Canada since he emigrated in 1968 from then-communist Czechoslovakia.
Dojc, a commercial photographer who has lived in Canada since his family left Slovakia in 1968, returned to visit several towns, including his family's onetime home, where he learned about the fate of its Jews during the Holocaust, a history his relatives refused to talk about.