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Bryan Adams asked Trudeau, Harper to change Copyright Act

Briefs | 09/18/2018 2:32 pm EDT
Bryan Adams testifies to members of Parliament at the Standing Committee on Canadian Heritage, Tuesday Sept. 18, 2018. / Photo via Parlvu.

OTTAWA — Canadian rock legend Bryan Adams is asking Canadian lawmakers to change the Copyright Act so it gives artists more control over their copyright.

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