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Canada recognizes moral rights ( droits moraux ) in its Copyright Act ( Loi sur le droit d ' auteur ).
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Canada recognizes all eight of the allergens recognized by the US, and also recognizes sesame seeds, and it should start after the pollen season to get prepared for the next season.
To coincide with the centennial of Canadian Confederation, the three-tiered order was established in 1967 as a fellowship that recognizes the achievement of outstanding merit or distinguished service by Canadians who made a major difference to Canada through lifelong contributions in every field of endeavour, as well as the efforts made by non-Canadians who have made the world better by their actions.
The IGFA recognizes the world record burbot as caught on Lake Diefenbaker, Canada by Sean Konrad on March 27, 2010.
The Implied Bill of Rights is a judicial theory in Canadian jurisprudence that recognizes that certain basic principles are underlying the Constitution of Canada.
Section 35 of the Constitution Act, 1982 " recognizes and affirms " the " existing " aboriginal and treaty rights in Canada.
The award recognizes employers across Canada who are leaders in creating a workplace that welcomes new Canadians and allows them to make the most of their skills, education and talents.
* July, 2007 – Canada updates satellite photos and recognizes that its line constructed for the earlier maritime agreement would have run roughly through the middle of the island ; negotiations continue with Denmark over establishing an international land boundary or island sovereignty.
The title, given to the site of the first permanent French settlement in America, recognizes the influence that has had on both Canada and the United States.
* November 19-The Deed of Surrender recognizes the purchase of Rupert's Land and the North-Western Territory from the Hudson's Bay Company: the lands are placed under the direct control of the Crown, but do not yet formally belong to Canada.
Brock has 12 Canada Research Chairs and 9 faculty members which have received the 3MTeaching Fellowship Award, the only national award that recognizes teaching excellence and educational leadership.
In early 2008 Kenney posted an announcement on his web site announcing that the Government of Canada recognizes the flag of the Republic of Vietnam as the symbol of the Vietnamese-Canadian community.
Canada also ratified the International Covenant on Economic, Social, and Cultural Rights in 1976, which recognizes an adequate standard of living, including housing, in Article 11.
The civilian division recognizes contributions that bring benefit or honour to Canada in any field or improve the quality of life of a community, from athletics to diplomatic relations to humanitarian activities, setting an example for others to follow.
“ When a city with the international profile of Niagara Falls recognizes this, and recognizes its responsibility to improve access to public water supplies, the days of bottled water are numbered across Canada and around the world ,” said Barlow.
The Canada Gairdner Global Health Award recognizes those who have made scientific advances in one of four areas: basic science, clinical science or population or environmental health.
The Ottawa Folk Festival recognizes the contributions and achievements of a wide range of individuals to the folk festival and folk music community in Canada.
CJFE recognizes that these rights are not confined to journalists and strongly supports and defends the broader objective of freedom of expression in Canada and around the world.
In 1972, he was made an Officer of the Order of Canada, the centrepiece of Canada ’ s honours system which recognizes a lifetime of achievement and merit of a high degree, especially in service to Canada or to humanity at large.
Canada and moral
Several of Gauthier's students are now important moral, political, and legal philosophers in the United States and Canada.
This has led to many moral hazards and outrageous customer privacy violation incidents, and has led to consumer privacy laws in most countries, especially in the European Union, Australia, New Zealand and Canada.
At his request on March 27, 1667, after he was in Canada, he was released from the Society of Jesus after citing " moral weaknesses.
Barker attempted to visit her in Canada, but Smart's family exerted influence on government officials, and consequently he was turned back at the border, cited with " moral turpitude ".
In " Bread Out of Stone ", Brand uses personal experiences and strong metaphoric language to expose racism, white male domination, injustices and the moral hypocrisies of Canada with its own assessment as being " not like the United States "
Since the matter has not been determined by the Supreme Court of Canada, it is still possible that a woman could be convicted elsewhere in Canada, but interpretation of moral law in Canada has become increasingly liberalised.
Asylums for these girls and women ( and others believed to be of poor moral character, such as prostitutes ) operated throughout Europe, Britain, Ireland, Canada and the United States for much of the 19th and well into the 20th century.
She was a part of the social and moral reform movements prevalent in Western Canada in the early 1900s.
The Straight has been criticised for publishing cigarette and other tobacco advertising when most publications in Canada have declined to do so for moral and ethical reasons.
As Canadian criminal law aims to maintain proportionality between the stigma and punishment attached to a conviction and the moral blameworthiness of an offender, in R v. Martineau the Supreme Court of Canada held that it is a principle of fundamental justice under sections 7 and 11 ( d ) of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms that a conviction for murder requires proof beyond a reasonable doubt of a subjective foresight of death.
The bill would change provisions of the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act to provide sanctuary in Canada for American and other countries ' war resisters on moral, political or religious grounds.
Computer programs were included as works protected under copyright, the extent of moral rights was clarified, the provision for a compulsory license for the reproduction of musical works was removed, new licensing arrangements were established for orphan works in cases where the copyright owner could, and rules were enacted on the formation of copyright collecting societies and their supervision by a reformed Copyright Board of Canada.
Outside of sports the social and moral agendas behind muscular Christianity influenced numerous reform movements, thus linking it to the political left in Canada.
452 ( Supreme Court of Canada )), actually declares that the obscenity law was unconstitutional if used to restrict materials on a moral basis, but constitutional if used to promote sex equality.
Opponents of involvement replied that Canada must have the courage to oppose the system on moral grounds, even if this decision proved to have negative consequences.
This case interprets the meaning of " reproduction " within the Copyright Act of Canada, and touches on the moral rights to copyrighted material and how much control an author has over his work once it is in the hands of a third party.
Computer programs were included as works protected under copyright, the extent of moral rights was clarified, the provision for a compulsory license for the reproduction of musical works was removed, new licensing arrangements were established for orphan works in cases where the copyright owner could not be identified, and rules were enacted on the formation of copyright collecting societies and their supervision by a reformed Copyright Board of Canada.
While the position of EMI Music Canada was technically correct, the music publisher had overlooked the concept of " moral rights " recognized as being protected under Canadian and U. S. copyright law.
While EMI Music Canada had been granted the right to license the song, band members had the moral right to prevent its association with a product that they believed brought their reputation into disrepute.
These and other Canadian official entities including the Auditor General of Canada and Service Canada are focused on related efforts such as municipal performance audits, information technology and communications technology, moral purchasing and sharing of " data, information, common infrastructure, technology " and the need to " integrate their business processes " to further reduce duplication and waste, especially e-waste and greenhouse gas emissions a concern under Kyoto Protocol targets that Canada has committed to achieve.