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Member of Parliament for Cambridge / Cambridge (Via Parl.gc.ca)
Copied from a post to the Fair Copyright for Canada Facebook group.
Dear Ms. Gwynne,
Thank you for your recent correspondence regarding your concerns with The Copyright Modernization Act. I am always happy to respond to the questions and concerns of my constituents.
Recognizing the critical role a modern copyright regime plays in Canada’s digital economy, the Government of Canada is delivering on its commitment to introduce and seek swift passage of copyright legislation that balances the needs of creators and users.
Christian Paradis (Mégantic--L'Érable), the previous Minister of Natural Resources, is now the Minister of Industry.
Ed Fast (Abbotsford), who was one of the MPs in the C-32 committee, is the Minister of International Trade.
James Moore (Port Moody--Westwood--Port Coquitlam) remains the Minister of Canadian Heritage, and Gary Goodyear (Cambridge) remains the Minister of State (Science and Technology).
A Hill Times article discussing the new cabinet included the following:
My first thought: about time.
OTTAWA, Sept. 28 /CNW Telbec/ - Minister Gary Goodyear's office threatened to withhold federal budget funding for the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) over its decision to fund a controversial academic conference, according to an email obtained by CAUT through Access to Information.
Mr Goodyear is currently the Minister of State (Science and Technology), a critical cabinet position for those of us concerned about science and technology policy. Threatening funding for research councils is serious stuff.
The list of candidates supporting the Copyright Pledge has been updated on Monday the 6'th.
If your candidates aren't on this list, then ask them if they would take the pledge.
Addition: Hijal De Sarkar (NDP, Ottawa South)
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