Press Settles Copyright Claim

The Canadian Parliamentary Press Gallery has paid $13,000 to settle a copyright claim over a lookalike graphic it used for years at news conferences attended by the Prime Minister and cabinet. The Gallery had insisted an employee designed the iconic image of a maple leaf identical to the work of a British Columbia artist: “I’m not posting any new material on the internet.”

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