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NAFTA 2.0 and Beyond

Levelling the patent playing field

No Time for Tinkering

How a "more progressive" NAFTA could break the vicious circle of global inequities in the ownership of knowledge
  • Ariel Katz

Five Ways NAFTA Talks Can Level the Innovation Playing Field

After years of ceding to US demands for tough anti-piracy rules, it’s time for Canada to fight for its interests
  • Michael Geist

Canada Can Stand Its Ground on Copyright in NAFTA Renegotiations

It’s all about knowing when to say no
  • Howard P. Knopf

NAFTA Intellectual Property Talks Should Be Wary of Big Data Impacts

Expanding intellectual property protection may stifle innovation and harm the public interest
  • Teresa Scassa

Six Inconvenient Truths about NAFTA Renegotiations

Any give by Canada on patents will be costly not only to its health care system, but also to its innovators

From Broken Promise Doctrine to New Promise

How a Supreme Court ruling defused one of the most explosive topics in the renegotiation of NAFTA

The Coming Fight over Peaches and Mangoes in NAFTA Talks

How Canada should approach geographical indications in trade negotiations with the United States and Mexico

Artisans Can Keep Calm and Carry on for NAFTA Talks

What “take two” of the trade pact means for sectors that depend on intellectual property protection
  • Ysolde Gendreau

Indigenous Knowledge Has Key Place in NAFTA Renegotiations

From fashion to pharmaceuticals: Balancing cultural respect with certainty for industrial research

Canada Has an Obligation to Promote Rights of Indigenous Peoples in NAFTA

From Inuit art to medicinal plants, the role of traditional know-how in the knowledge economy warrants recognition
  • Konstantia Koutouki