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Some background information on Crown Land Patents. How to get one and why you need one. https://www.thehoundog.ca/ Support to the Channel. (Thanks!) https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=L7UQXKMG3XMWE http://www.ontariolandowners.ca/
An explanation of Land Patents and entitlement that transfers forward to present day by way of a Deed. The term patent means then as it does today, rights to and item, that being in this case Land. What rights you have with respect to your property are stated on the Patent. The question now is why have the patents been ignored? Your deed and Patent states" for their sole and only use forever" Why has this been hidden from the property owner? The Ontario Land Owners are making challenges based on this, the first law of the land, that being Letters of Patent or Patent Grants. A Chain is a measurement of 66 feet.
Mining Minute (Special Edit by Jamie Bailey) In Mining Minute Season Two, Episode 11, Theresa asks KWG Resources CEO Frank Smeenk about KWG Resources' patented Gas Chromite Reduction and how they are protecting those patents. KWG Resources is committed to making Ontario's Ring of Fire environmentally safe and economically viable for future generations.
Ontario egg farmer Roger Pelissero says the enriched housing system he uses is like flying first-class for his hens. Pelissero says he has several reasons for opting against a cage-free alternative for his animals. (March 9) THE CANADIAN PRESS https://twitter.com/cdnpress https://www.facebook.com/thecanadianpress The Canadian Press is Canada’s most trusted news leader in providing real-time, bilingual multimedia content for online, mobile and emerging platforms.
The Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario has filed documents asking the Federal Court to ban patents on genes, which they say have been hampering the hospital's ability to treat patients. In your choice for Story of the Week, The Agenda examines the ethics of gene patents.
Adil Attar is a civil engineer with over a dozen patents in traffic safety and building structure innovation. Born in Baghdad in 1937, Adil produced inventive roadway markers and epoxy adhesives and subsequently established a second manufacturing plant in Ontario, California. His most recent patent, the Insulating Concrete Form System, was inspired by his stay in Iraq and the ever-growing demand for simple, economical building materials with optimum insulating value to help serve Iraq's housing needs. Adil holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Math and Science from the University of Houston and a degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Texas. In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like ...
Exploring space while seated on Earth, gazing up on screens in museum theaters or at home via VR headsets. is exciting but the top imagination-grabber is the very idea of finding a way to access space. This is the present-day realm of creative thinking over space elevators, in the use of a giant tower to carry us to space. Scientists working on space elevators are thinking about materials and designs that can be used to access space as an alternative to rocket technology. A sign of the times is the upcoming Space Elevator Conference 2015 which takes place this month in Seattle. Imagine, said The Spaceward Foundation, the space elevator, serving as a track on which electric vehicles called "climbers" can travel up and down carrying about 10 tons of payload."There are no intense gravity-lo...
Following the footsteps of rival Tesla, Toyota said it would share its 5,680 patents related to its fuel-cell cars for free, in a bid to promote hydrogen-powered vehicle technology. It will mark the first time the Japanese carmaker has released patents to competitors without charging a royalty fee, underscoring the challenges Toyota and other rivals face in furthering the mass acceptance of fuel-cell technology. In June, Tesla took the similar step of opening up its patents for the advancement of electric-powered vehicles. Carmakers are developing battery electric cars and hydrogen vehicles to meet global regulators' demands to curb emissions. Fuel-cell vehicles, run on electricity generated by combining hydrogen with oxygen, with only water vapour created as a by-product. Toyota's announc...
http://pharmacare2020.ca Diane McArthur, Assistant Deputy Minister and Executive Officer, Ontario Public Drug Programs, discusses the emerging use of for patented medicines in Ontario. McArthur outlines how product listing agreements have allowed for increased access to new medicines, budgetary predictability, and improved value for money; conversely, PLAs pose a large administrative burden to public payers and drug manufacturers while reducing the transparency of drug pricing. McArthur discusses how increased collaboration among through the Pan-Canadian Purchasing Alliance can improve the consistency of product listing agreement processes and outcomes across Canada. Pharmacare 2020 is an evidence- and experience- informed conversation on the future of drug coverage in Canada. This video...
For many would-be entrepreneurs and business owners, the world of intellectual property is challenging and confusing. You’re so swamped working on prototypes, gathering funding, working with clients and hiring your team that it may be tempting to put off the difficult thinking that goes into understanding patents. But patents protect your business and your idea. It’s important — nay, mission critical — to get it right. The good news is, you’ve got Elliott Simcoe, one of Canada’s leading patent experts, to give you the behind-the-scenes guide — and he’ll even share a little advice from Wayne Gretzky to make it relatable. Filmed at The Breakout Project, Kingston, ON in May 2017. --- Full Keynote Return on Innovation | Creating Competitive Value with Intellectual Property https://you...
If you're an inventor or considering getting a patent, consider the USD (Universal Strategy Development) system (http://www.sosinvention.com) instead, founded by Michel Dubois. Bob Huybrechts of the Inventors' Circle (http://www.inventorscircle.org) explains why USD is MUCH better than patents for individual inventors, especially in light of recent changes in the patent rules. USD uses copyright to give absolute protection for the inventor, while patents can only provide limited protection for corporations. In conversation with Hugh Reilly and Ravelle Réné on Liquid Lunch at ThatChannel (http://www.thatchannel.com) 2015-03m-24.
The Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario says it has reached an agreement with the owner of five gene patents related to a potentially deadly heart rhythm disorder. The deal allows hospitals to test Canadians for long QT syndrome. (March 9) THE CANADIAN PRESS https://twitter.com/cdnpress https://www.facebook.com/thecanadianpress The Canadian Press is Canada’s most trusted news leader in providing real-time, bilingual multimedia content for online, mobile and emerging platforms.
Join us as we welcome Dr. Gail Graham, Nathaniel Lipkus, Dr. Julie Richer, and Dr. Olga Jarinova to discuss the ground-breaking case that has defined the pathway for all public Canadian hospitals and labs to conduct genetic testing without legal roadblocks from gene patents. Our panelists will discuss how a children’s hospital (with some great pro-bono lawyers) sought to be the plaintiff in a law suit to challenge the validity of gene patents for a potentially deadly condition. The result was an agreement to provide CHEO and all other Canadian public sector hospitals and laboratories the right to test Canadians for Long QT syndrome on a not-for-profit basis. Hear the background story and related insights! PRESENTERS Dr. Gail Graham is an Ottawa native who completed an MSc in Human Ge...
Sexing Technologies is the fastest growing company in the dairy genetics industry. Through the acquisition of semen sexing patents as well as their own research Sexing Technologies has become the major player in the marketplace. Now Sexing Technologies has it sights on becoming a significant play in the artificial insemination industry. What to learn more about this aggressive company, The Bullvine sat down with Sexing Technologies CEO Juan Moreno to find out the secret to their success and what the future holds.
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