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Copyright in Works
3. (1) For the purposes of this Act, "copyright",
  in relation to a work, means the sole right to
  produce or reproduce the work or any
  substantial part thereof in any material form
  whatever, to perform the work or any
  substantial part thereof in public or, if the
  work is unpublished, to publish the work or
  any substantial part thereof, and includes the
  sole right[s]…and to authorize any such acts.
Rights in Works
3.(a) to produce, reproduce, perform or publish
  any translation of the work,
(b) in the case of a dramatic work, to convert it
  into a novel or other non-dramatic work,
(c) in the case of a novel or other non-dramatic
  work, or of an artistic work, to convert it into
  a dramatic work, by way of performance in
  public or otherwise,
Rights in Works (cont’d)
3.(d) in the case of a literary, dramatic or musical work,
   to make any sound recording, cinematograph film or
   other contrivance by means of which the work may
   be mechanically reproduced or performed,
(h) in the case of a computer program that can be
   reproduced in the ordinary course of its use, other
   than by a reproduction during its execution in
   conjunction with a machine, device or computer, to
   rent out the computer program, and
(i) in the case of a musical work, to rent out a sound
   recording in which the work is embodied,
Rights in Artistic Works
(e) in the case of any literary, dramatic, musical or
   artistic work, to reproduce, adapt and publicly
   present the work as a cinematographic work,
(f) in the case of any literary, dramatic, musical or
   artistic work, to communicate the work to the
   public by telecommunication,
(g) to present at a public exhibition, for a
   purpose other than sale or hire, an artistic
   work created after June 7, 1988, other than a
   map, chart or plan,
Public Exhibition Right
3.(g) to present at a public exhibition, for
  a purpose other than sale or hire, an
  artistic work created after June 7, 1988,
  other than a map, chart or plan,
“présenter [une oeuvre artistique] au
  public lors d’une exposition”
“to show [an artistic work] to the public
  during an exhibition”
Public Exhibition Right
3.(g) to present at a public exhibition, for a
  purpose other than sale or hire, an artistic
  work created after June 7, 1988, other than a
  map, chart or plan,
"artistic work" includes paintings, drawings,
  maps, charts, plans, photographs, engravings,
  sculptures, works of artistic craftsmanship,
  architectural works, and compilations of
  artistic works;
Copyright in performer's
performance
15. (1) Subject to subsection (2), a
 performer has a copyright in the
 performer's performance, consisting of
 the sole right to do the following in
 relation to the performer's performance
 or any substantial part thereof:…and to
 authorize any such acts.
Copyright in performer's
performance (cont’d)
15. (1).(a) if it is not fixed,
(i) to communicate it to the public by
    telecommunication,
(ii) to perform it in public, where it is
    communicated to the public by
    telecommunication otherwise than by
    communication signal, and
(iii) to fix it in any material form,
Copyright in performer's
performance (cont’d)
15.(1)(b) if it is fixed,
(i) to reproduce any fixation that was made without the
    performer's authorization,
(ii) where the performer authorized a fixation, to
    reproduce any reproduction of that fixation, if the
    reproduction being reproduced was made for a
    purpose other than that for which the performer's
    authorization was given, and
(iii) where a fixation was permitted under Part III or
    VIII, to reproduce any reproduction of that fixation, if
    the reproduction being reproduced was made for a
    purpose other than one permitted under Part III or
    VIII, and
Copyright in performer's
performance (cont’d)
15. (1)(c) to rent out a sound recording
  of it,
If Canadian or Rome Convention
country association
15.(2) Subsection (1) applies…if the
  performer's performance
(a) takes place in Canada or in a Rome
  Convention country; [or]
If Canadian or Rome Convention
country association
15.(2) Subsection (1) applies … if the
  performer's performance
(b) is fixed in
(i) a sound recording whose maker, at the time of the
   first fixation,
(A) if a natural person, was a Canadian citizen or
   permanent resident within the meaning of subsection
   2(1) of the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act,
   or a citizen or permanent resident of a Rome
   Convention country, or (B)….
Conditions-association with
Canada or Rome Convention
15.(2) Subsection (1) applies only if the
   performer's performance
(b) is fixed in
(ii) a sound recording whose first
   publication in such a quantity as to
   satisfy the reasonable demands of the
   public occurred in Canada or in a Rome
   Convention country; or
If Canadian or Rome Convention
country association
15.(2) Subsection (1) applies…if the performer's
  performance
(c) is transmitted at the time of the performer's
  performance by a communication signal
  broadcast from Canada or a Rome
  Convention country by a broadcaster that has
  its headquarters in the country of broadcast.
Performer's performance in
WTO country
26. (1) Where a performer's performance takes
  place on or after January 1, 1996 in a country
  that is a WTO Member, the performer has, as
  of the date of the performer's performance, a
  copyright in the performer's performance,
  consisting of the sole right to do the following
  in relation to the performer's performance or
  any substantial part thereof:...and to
  authorize any such acts.
Performer's performance in
WTO country
26. (1)(a) if it is not fixed, to
  communicate it to the public by
  telecommunication and to fix it in a
  sound recording, and
(b) if it has been fixed in a sound
  recording without the performer's
  authorization, to reproduce the fixation
  or any substantial part thereof,
Makers of sound recordings
18. (1) Subject to subsection (2), the maker of
  a sound recording has a copyright in the
  sound recording, consisting of the sole right
  to do the following in relation to the sound
  recording or any substantial part thereof:
(a) to publish it for the first time,
(b) to reproduce it in any material form, and
(c) to rent it out,
and to authorize any such acts.
Copyright in communication
signals
21. (1) Subject to subsection (2), a
 broadcaster has a copyright in the
 communication signals that it
 broadcasts, consisting of the sole right
 to do the following in relation to the
 communication signal or any substantial part
 thereof:…and to authorize any act
 described in paragraph (a), (b) or (d)
Copyright in communication
signals (cont’d)
21. (a) to fix it,
(b) to reproduce any fixation of it that was
  made without the broadcaster's consent,
(c) to authorize another broadcaster to
  retransmit it to the public simultaneously with
  its broadcast, and
(d) in the case of a television communication
  signal, to perform it in a place open to the
  public on payment of an entrance fee,

				
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