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...Read More 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...Read More Le libre accès aux publications scientifiques
In June of 2016, the Liberal government announced reforms to Canada’s retirement income system. At the heart of the plan was a commitment to...Read More 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...Read More Who owns Indigenous cultural and intellectual property?
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...Read More A report card on the national security bill
Over a quarter-century ago, Parliament voted overwhelmingly in favour of a motion by NDP Leader Ed Broadbent to end child poverty by 2000. Few...Read More Governments have to start acting on poverty