As it embarks on another five-year periodic review of the Copyright Act, Canada has an opportunity to reflect on its copyright regime in light...Lire le texte Rethinking copyright for Indigenous creative works
Le droit d’auteur, dans la doctrine juridique occidentale, fait partie du champ de la propriété intellectuelle, qui le définit comme un rapport de propriété...Lire le texte Le libre accès aux publications scientifiques
En juin 2016, le gouvernement libéral a annoncé les modifications qu’il compte apporter au système de revenu de retraite. Au centre de la réforme se...Lire le texte The real impact of the pension reform plan
The recent, very public dispute over the appropriation of Indigenous voices was just one manifestation of a much larger issue: the struggle for the...Lire le texte Who owns Indigenous cultural and intellectual property?
Recent foreign and defence policy announcements by the Trudeau government have been just about as consequential as they come. On June 13, Global Affairs...Lire le texte How Canada will punch above its weight
The Trudeau government has just published their much anticipated defence White Paper. Titled Strong, Secure, Engaged, the document was the product of unprecedented public...Lire le texte The shelf life of defence White Papers
Bill C-59 is the government’s massive reform of Canada’s national security law. It is the real deal: the biggest reform in this area since...Lire le texte A report card on the national security bill
Social media and mobile phones have become preferred options for news consumption among a growing number of users. However, in Canada, as in other...Lire le texte Traditional media still most trusted