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[d@DCC] Clarification of Conservative Party Policy Declaration (copyright, patent, etc)

From: Russell McOrmond <russell _-at-_>
To: Rajotte.J (at), Oda.B (at), Stronach.B (at), Menzies.T (at), Jaffer.R (at)
Cc: General Copyright Discussions <discuss -_at_->
Date: Tue, 3 May 2005 11:26:06 -0400 (EDT)

   As we head into an election, our community would appreciate answers some 
questions so that they can be used to help in our decision about who to 
support. While the questions are my own, I am trying to represent a group 
of new-media creators and audiences.  The questions will focus on patent 
and copyright, including both domestic and foreign policy perspectives on 
these areas of policy. We wish to receive clarifications of some of the 
related policy statements from the March 19, 2005 policy declaration.

   The Liberals had an easy time with this area of policy last election as 
the Conservative party did not provide answers to related election 
questions. I expect to hear quite a bit from the Conservatives this 
election, and wanted to offer you an early start so that we can have some 
clarifications published for voters to read early in the election period.

CIPPIC questions from the 2004 election:

Our BLOG for the Conservative Party of Canada

Thank you.

Russell McOrmond
305 Southcrest Private,
Ottawa, ON
K1V 2B7
Phone: (613) 733-5836

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