Intellectual property debated in Ottawa as feds host trade deal consultations

'Wealthy countries like Canada have a global social responsibility to support innovation by protecting intellectual property, paying their fair share of the costs of innovation, and removing barriers to accessing or adopting innovation,' said one health policy expert.

Speakers at today's Hill Times event. From left: Chris Halyk, Louise Binder, Brett Skinner, moderator Ally Foster, Sarah Beech, and Jennifer Hamilton. The Hill Times Photograph by Sam Garcia


PUBLISHED : Thursday, June 16, 2016 8:57 PM

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