York University v. Canadian Copyright Licensing Agency (Access Copyright), 2018 FCA 81
Justice Webb - 2018-04-20
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There are three motions that have been brought for leave to intervene in this appeal. The first motion dated February 2, 2018 is brought by Universities Canada, an association representing 96 universities from across Canada. The second motion dated March 8, 2018 is brought by the Canadian Association of University Teachers (CAUT) and the Canadian Federation of Students (CFS). CAUT is an organization that represents 70,000 teachers, librarians, researchers and other academic professionals and staff. CFS is an organization representing in excess of 650,000 members in 75 students’ unions in all 10 provinces. The third motion is brought by the Canadian Association of Research Libraries (CARL) which is an organization that represents 31 research libraries at universities and federal government institutions. ... As a result the motion by Universities Canada and the motion by CAUT and CFS to intervene in this proceeding are each allowed and the motion by CARL is dismissed.
Decision relates to:
- A-259-17 - YORK UNIVERSITY v. THE CANADIAN COPYRIGHT LICENSING AGENCY which is an appeal from 2017 FC 669 in T-578-13