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Fall election not expected to minimize impact from nationwide consultations on copyright reform

News | 09/09/2009 2:01 pm EDT

As Canada’s main political parties jockey for an anticipated fall election, there are fears that plans to table a new copyright bill later this year will once again be delayed. However, analysts are optimistic that the nationwide consultations currently underway will continue to play a key role in shaping any new legislation.

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