Appeared in the Toronto Star on October 6, 2008 as Is An Internet Tax Coming? The emergence of cultural funding as a hot-button political issue in the current election campaign appears to have taken virtually everyone by surprise. The roughly $50 million in cuts may be tiny in terms of […]
Archive for October 6th, 2008
Since Thursday's posting highlighting copyright pledge support from the Green Party and eight prominent NDP MPs and candidates, interest in the pledge has continued to grow. An increasing number of Liberal MPs and candidates have indicated their support, joined by many more NDP MPs and candidates. In addition to the […]
Groups from across the country have launched InternetforEveryone.ca, dedicated to promoting open access to the Internet for all Canadians.
The Vancouver Province reports on mock-funeral for C-61 staged by the Fair Copyright for Canada, Vancouver chapter over the weekend.
The Sunday Times reports that Hollywood groups have sent demand letters to 2,500 Irish pre-schools for playing DVDs in class without paying a royalty.