Friday, May 1, 2020

In an op-ed published in the Financial Post, April 30, lawyer and adjunct professor Richard C. Owens, discusses how universities have relied on ‘fair dealing’ provisions of the Copyright Act to photocopy material for students.

"Parliament needs to address the copyright mess the case has uncovered. For years, it has been engaged in an overdue review of the Act. But it hasn’t moved forward because the government and our copyright establishment essentially won’t support, and even opposes, our creative community. It’s time that changed." 

Read the full article at the Financial Post