We shouldn’t be paying more for Canadian content
There may be good reasons to revisit the Copyright Act after only five years, as was mandated when the act was passed into law in 2012. But I have to hope that nothing is allowed to dissuade Canadian educators from introducing Canadian authors to the next generation of Canadian creators.
Innovation Minister Navdeep Bains, right, pictured June 7, 2017, on the Hill testing out a hydrogen fuel cell car, along with Liberal MP David Lametti, is the federal minister responsible for the Copyright Act. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright