Better informed on copyrights and trademarks

WELLINGTON, PEI – June 27, 2012 – Three artists, an archivist and two economic development workers learned more about the laws regulating intellectual property during a presentation at the Wellington Rural Action Centre (RAC) June 26.

During a lunch-and-learned organized by the RAC and the Acadian and Francophone Chamber of Commerce of PEI, Cécile Klein (seated), business development officer from the Canadian Intellectual Property Office, Halifax office, focused mostly on the rules governing copyrights and trademarks.

Participants, including, from left, Noëlla Richard from the Acadian Museum, Jeannine Arsenault from the Wellington RAC, and artists Jeannette Blaquière and Noella Richard, found that the session helped clear up a number of topics.