Tuesday, September 02, 2008

Copyright as an Election Issue?

Gilles Duceppe, the Bloc Québécois leader, met with Prime Minister Harper on August 30. According to the CBC and the Montreal Gazette, copyright law is one of the short list of major issues on which there is disagreement.

According to the Gazette:
Abortion rights, copyright law and the approach to young offenders are also areas where the Bloc and the Conservatives don't see eye to eye, he [Duceppe] said.
The lack of support for Bill C-61 by opposition parties may be one of the reasons why we are about to have an election.

This reinforces the Don Martin story I posted about the other day.

It is not known whether the Bloc's lack of enthusiasm for Bill C-61 is because it goes too far or doesn't go far enough.


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