The Price of Canadian Heritage

Michael Geist, Jul 13, 2005
Commentary by Stephen Downes

I would think this will change in time, once our government gets past the idea of charging Canadians user fees to access their own culture and content, but in the mean time it is important to note the sorts of barriers that are being placed between Canadian schools and Canadian culture. Especially for the rights to copy a 155 year old photo (presumably in the public domain by now). Anyhow, this is something that has to change, soon.
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