Copyright Board Canada
Commission du droit d’auteur Canada
UNLOCATABLE COPYRIGHT OWNER FILE 2022-UO/TI-03
Ottawa, September 2, 2022 Non-exclusive licence issued to Marie-Pierre Daigle, Montréal, Quebec, authorizing the digital reproduction, the making available and the communication to the public by telecommunication of lyrics of a song
 Pursuant to the provisions of subsection 77(1) of the Copyright Act, the Copyright Board grants a licence to Marie-Pierre Daigle as follows:
 The licence authorizes the digital reproduction, the making available and the communication to the public by telecommunication of the lyrics of the song titled « Marie Mitaine » written by Jean-Pierre Lachance.
 The issuance of the licence does not release the licensee from the obligation to obtain permission for any other use not covered by this licence.
 The licence is valid as of January 31, 2022 and expires on January 31, 2032.  The licence is non-exclusive and valid only in Canada. For other countries, it is the law of that country that applies.
 The licensee will pay royalties amounting to 10% of gross revenues received by the licensee, to anybody who establishes, before January 31, 2037, ownership of the copyright in the work covered in this license.
 The copyright owner can terminate the licence by presenting a written notice to this effect to the licensee. The licensee will cease using the work for the uses granted in this licence, no later than 30 days after the receipt of the notice. The copyright owner who terminates the licence is still entitled to the royalties described in paragraph (6).
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 The coming into force of this licence is conditional on the licensee filing with the Board a Notice of Undertaking to comply with the conditions set out in paragraph (6) above.
Lara Taylor Secretary General