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More information on copyright in Canada can be found at the Canadian Intellectual Property Office. The full text of the Copyright Act is available at the Department of Justice website.
In photographs, End of the road/roll was published 1 month ago.
As for articles, Canoeing to Keji Site 6 was published 10 months ago.
And in notes, Late winter, long shadows was published 2 weeks ago.
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