Canadian copyright consultation -- ending September 13!

D. Hugh Redelmeier hugh-pmF8o41NoarQT0dZR+AlfA at
Fri Sep 11 05:01:49 UTC 2009

The government of Canada plans on introducing new copyright legislation 
the fall or winter.

The Conservatives introduced C61 but it "died on the order paper" when
they called the last election.  They got a lot of criticism for not
consulting the public before introducing this.

They started the the consultation a little over a month ago.  It is
closing on Sunday.  It would be good to let them hear what you think.

Here is the official consultation web site:
It includes a way of submitting comments.

Prof. Michael Geist is very useful on this topic.  Here is a site that
he set up:

See also:

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