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Music lobby pushes for major overhaul of copyright laws ahead of statutory review

News | BEATRICE PAEZ
Published: Thursday, 11/09/2017 2:53 pm EST
Last Updated: Thursday, 11/09/2017 3:05 pm EST
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Erich Carey, of the National Music Publishers Association; Margaret McGuffin, of the Canadian Music Publishers Association; Don Stephenson, former assistant deputy minister of trade policy; Casey Chisick of Cassels, Brock and Blackwell; and Coco Carmona, of the International Confederation of Music Publishers, were involved in the breakfast panel held at the Rideau Club on Tuesday.

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