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Changes to the term of copyright protection in Canada

Copyright law in Canada provides all authors and creators with exclusive rights to reproduce, perform, and publish their work. (Government of Canada, 2022). However, copyright doesn't last forever and eventually does expire. When the term of copyright expires, the work enters the public domain and is then available for anyone to use and copy without permission or payment.

Delos Rogest Davis: An Extraordinary Canadian

By Lily Zitko
Posted May 6, 2022

Tucked away within the University of Windsor's archival vault, ambiguously described, lay a box labelled “Accession No. 1995-063.” Now renamed as “F 0034 (Delos Rogest Davis fonds)” the contents of this box, donated in June of 1990, were largely untouched until early 2022. What are the contents of the box, you ask? Well, they tell the story of one man who made big waves in the legal community of Windsor-Essex and of Canada. Let me share his story with you. 
 
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