‘We Need Help From Police’

Canadian enforcement of piracy law is so dismal property owners must resort to costly civil litigation against importers of Chinese knock-offs, says an organizer with the Canadian Anti-Counterfeiting Network. The federal Public Prosecution Service has not pursued a new piracy case since 2014: “We instigate more civil actions than there have been criminal proceedings.”

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