Study of the “Electronic Commerce” and “Intellectual Property” clauses in trade agreements

8 November 2021
This report by Professor Céline Castets-Renard examines new clauses in trade agreements that may have an impact on Canada's cultural sovereignty.

The CDCE welcomes the appointment of ministers Pablo Rodriguez and François-Philippe Champagne

26 October 2021
The CDCE is delighted with the appointment of these two experienced ministers who will ensure the revival and vitality of the Canadian cultural sector.

Digital content, power relationships and regulation issues

12 October 2021
Monthly watch covering all regions of the world, in partnership with GRIC-CEIM.

CDCE’s Brief for the Consultation on a Modern Copyright Framework for Artificial Intelligence and the Internet of Things

16 September 2021
In this brief, the CEDC presents its recommendations for the consultation on a modern copyright framework for artificial intelligence and the Internet of Things.

Elections 2021: Which commitments for culture?

14 September 2021
The CDCE scoured the platforms of the major federal parties and compiled their commitments and promises according to the priorities of CDCE members.

Federal elections: culture to inform our choice

12 September 2021
Hélène Messier and Bill Skolnik, co-presidents of the CDCE, and Alain Saulnier, professor at the Department of Communication of the Université de Montréal, have signed an open letter to highlight the pressing issues of the cultural sector during this pre-election period.