The Canadian Conference of the Arts (CCA) has prepared a Bill C-32backgrounder in order to help its members and the general publicunderstand the different positions of the various groups who haveconcerns regarding this Bill. For more information regarding Bill C-32and CCA’s position to the upcoming debate, please visit: http://www.ccarts.ca/en/advocacy/bulletins/. The Writers' Union of Canada has also sent information to its memberswith postcards requesting that you send them to the Prime Minister, theMinister of Industry, the Minister of Canadian Heritage and your MP. Nopostage is required.
We urge you to speak up. If you’d like to find the name and contactinformation for your MP, enter your postal code on this web site. www2.parl.gc.ca/Parlinfo/Compilations/HouseOfCommon /MemberByPostalCode.aspx?Menu=HOC
Canadian Writers Speak Out on Copyright: A Video Response to Bill C-32
The Writers’ Union of Canada, under the leadership of Chair Alan Cumyn, has produced its first video. Written by Alan and featuring five writers,the video is posted to YouTube and distributed widely to express TWUC’sconcerns about Bill C-32, an Act to Amend the Copyright Act.
A press release announcing the video can be seen on TWUC’s website at www.writersunion.ca. The video can be viewed at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1qrcNksj5DE.
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