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Copyright Board of Canada
Public Performance of Music
A collective society is an organization that administers the rights of several copyright owners. It can grant permission to use their works and set the conditions for that use. Collective administration is widespread in Canada, particularly for music performance rights, reprography rights and mechanical reproduction rights. Some collective societies are affiliated with foreign societies; this allows them to represent foreign copyright owners as well. for music..
Society of Composers, Authors and Music Publishers of Canada (SOCAN)
The Society of Composers, Authors and Music Publishers of Canada (SOCAN) is a performing rights society that administers performing rights in musical works on behalf of Canadian composers, authors and publishers as well as affiliated societies representing foreign composers, authors and publishers.
SOCAN's currently applicable tariffs (SOCAN's website)
- Tariff 15.A (2005)
Canada Gazette, June 3, 2006
- Tariff 15.B (2005)
On hold Music
Re:Sound Music Licensing Company (Re:Sound)
Re:Sound (formerly known as the Neighbouring Rights Collective of Canada) is the Canadian not-for-profit music licensing company dedicated to obtaining fair compensation for artists and record companies for their performance rights. On behalf of its members, representing thousands of artists and record companies, Re:Sound licenses recorded music for public performance, broadcast and new media.
Re:Sound is also a member of the Canadian Private Copying Collective, created to receive private copying levies from the manufacturers and importers of blank audio recording media.
- Tariff 3 - Use and Supply of Background Music (2003-2009)
Canada Gazette, October 21, 2006