"A bottle of apple juice could have a 'Made in Canada' label on it and be made from apples grown in China. A bar of chocolate might say 'Product of Canada' but the cocoa beans come from the Ivory Coast. You might even find a Canadian label on a box of frozen salmon from Russia."The idea is that:
" Under the new rules, "Product of Canada" will mean "all or virtually all the contents are Canadian."Now, wouldn't it be nice if the soon expected copyright bill could meet these labelling requirements?
Or will it be, as expected, a "Product of the U.S.A."?
Yes, yes - I know that the new bill will not be "food" for human nourishment. But, without doubt, it will be food for thought.