Copyright Board of Canada

Please note: we are updating our website. We will be be adding our latest submissions soon, so check back. In the meantime, contact us if you have any questions or comments.

The NCRA has been very active representing campus and community radio in the area of copyright. As new tariffs are regularly proposed, the NCRA works with the Copyright Board of Canada to minimize the potential negative impact for stations. 

Note: In some cases, the NCRA has submitted jointly with the Alliance des radios communautaires du Canada (ARC du Canada) and the Association des radiodiffuseurs communautaires du Qu├ębec (ARCQ). Those are noted below.

2011:

  •  August 3, 2011: Joint submission (PDF) with ARC du Canada and ARCQ stating objections to the proposed Re:Sound Tariff 1.B for Non-Commercial Radio Other than the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation for 2012 to 2016
2009:
  •  September 14, 2009: Letter (web page) stating concerns regarding proposed changes to Canadian copyright legislation
2002:
  •  July 11, 2002: Letter (PDF) regarding Canadian Musical Reproduction Rights Agency (CMRRA) tariff for non-commercial radio stations
2000:
  •  October 27, 2000: Joint submission (PDF) with ARC du Canada and ARCQ regarding participation in proceedings, specifically that concerning a SODRAC tariff for the reproduction of music at campus, community, and commercial radio stations