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Copyright, competition and Canadian culture

Г…ke Blomqvist

Copyright, competition and Canadian culture

the impact of alternative Copyright Act import provisions of the book publishing and sound recording industries /Ake G. Blomqvist and Chin Lim.. --

by Г…ke Blomqvist

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Published by Research and International Affairs Branch, Bureau of Corporate Affairs, Consumer and Corporate Affairs Canada, c1981. in [Ottawa] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Copyright -- Canada,
  • Foreign trade regulation -- Canada,
  • Publishers and publishing -- Canada,
  • Sound recording industry -- Canada

  • Edition Notes

    Spine title: Impact of Copyright Act import provisions. Bibliography: p. [145]-147.

    Other titlesImpact of Copyright Act import provisions
    SeriesCopyright revision studies, Copyright revision studies
    ContributionsLim, Chin, 1947-, Canada. Bureau of Corporate Affairs. Research and International Affairs Branch
    The Physical Object
    Pagination147 p. :
    Number of Pages147
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19860054M

    Shevchenko Foundation Announces Emerging Writers Short Prose Competition $1, Winner. Winnipeg – The Shevchenko Foundation is pleased to announce that “Grafting” by Oshawa writer Tanya Berezuk is the winner of the Emerging Writers Short Prose Competition.. The $1, prize is awarded annually to a Canadian writer for the best piece of .   Appeared in the Toronto Star on Ma as bookstalls Rules About Competition, Not Culture. Eight years ago, the federal government faced a hot-button cultural policy issue as online retail giant , which was already selling millions of dollars of books to Canadians from its U.S.-based site, sought entry into the Canadian market.

      Registration of copyright—filing online. Access the copyright e-filing application to register your copyright. Why register your copyright? Poems, paintings, plays, stories, songs, software—all are creative works worth protecting. Generally, your original work is automatically protected by copyright when you create it. However, when you. A.R.M. Lower abroad achieve American areas arts Australia Council autonomist Britain British Canada Council Canada's international cultural Canadian artists Canadian cultural diplomacy Canadian foreign policy Canadian studies programmes Claude Ryan co-operation Commonwealth conference countries creative.

    film makers. Canadian documentary films have won Academy Awards and are acclaimed world wide. The NFB alone has won over 4, awards including 11 Oscars. The importance of documentaries to Canadian culture and history cannot be overstated. Whether the subject matter is war, the diversity of Canadian culture, the environment or countless other.   Another vitally important copyright issue that has been on the table in recent TTP and NAFTA trade negotiations is the international pressure Canada is faced with to increase the length of the copyright term from 50 years after the death of the author (already too long, in our opinion) to a full 70 years after the death of the author, thereby.


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Any book published in London would therefore be protected by copyright law in the entire British Empire, including Canada. The Act had an immediate impact on Canada and became infamous because it effectively prohibited the importation and sale of reprints of any book under British copyright printed in other countries.

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