Everything tagged: Copyright
The ministerial mandate letters released today by the Prime Minister include policy objectives for several ministers which touch on and support the recommendations from the library community.
Blog December 13, 2019
Highlights from ministerial mandate letters on issues of interest to the librarianship community.
Blog December 13, 2019
The Canadian Federation of Library Associations (CFLA) today launched its campaign to advance its four key issues during the 2019 Federal Election Campaign.
News September 30, 2019
The ABC Copyright Conference 2020 will be held in Edmonton, Alberta, on May 20 and 21, 2020, hosted by the University of Alberta.
News September 16, 2019
Next Steps in Advancing Changes to Crown Copyright: A Letter from the Library and Archives Community
A letter from Canada’s library and archival community to the Ministers of Innovation, Science and Economic Development and Canadian Heritage and Multiculturalism and the President of the Treasury Board of Canada proposing next steps for the Government of Canada to take towards changes to Crown Copyright.
News August 6, 2019
CARL and CFLA issued statements this week applauding and commending the House of Commons Copyright Act Review Committee for its thorough analysis and balanced recommendations.
News June 14, 2019
A look at the recommendations from the GLAM Sector with the recommendations made by the House Standing Committee on Industry, Science and Technology (INDU) in its report on the Statutory Review of the Copyright Act.
News June 8, 2019
House of Commons committee report makes 36 recommendations, includes ones related to fair dealing, crown copyright, and artist resale rights.
News June 3, 2019
Shifting Paradigms: Remuneration Models for Artists and Creative Industries in the Context of Copyright
House of Commons committee report makes 22 recommendations, including limiting scope of fair dealing and extending copyright to 70 years after the author’s death.
News May 15, 2019
“Crown copyright is hurting the work of our cultural memory organizations and the public they serve. It is also bolstering the democratic deficit. It needs to be abolished so we can all do our work without fear of infringement.” (Amanda Wakaruk)
News April 10, 2019