The book printing industry in Canada is still struggling with the challenges of the digital era, and the challenges have been compounded by the introduction of Canada’s anti-terrorism legislation.
It’s a situation that has prompted several business owners and owners of book printing businesses to move their businesses abroad.
CBC News spoke with a number of book publishers, book wholesalers and book distributors to learn about how the book industry is coping with the new anti-terror law, and what they can do to get back on their feet.CBC News: Is Canada a place where you can safely print books?
Mark Rittereich: Yes, absolutely.
As long as the security is there, yes.
It is definitely a safe environment, but it’s still not the safest place to print books.
The biggest issue is the way the government is putting in place the new law, which means that it is not clear whether it’s going to be implemented quickly enough.
If it doesn’t happen quickly enough, it will create a problem for the book business.
And this is why we need to be doing everything we can to get out of this situation.
So if we can get out safely, we can keep our books out of the hands of terrorists.
But if it is too late, we will need to do everything we need in order to get our books into the hands.
CBC Canada: How can you get out if you can’t print your books?
Rittesch: As long you have security and a safe atmosphere, it’s really not a big problem.
You can print your book in a secure environment.
And that’s what we are doing in Canada, so there are no risks whatsoever.
If you can print the book, you can put it on your shelf or on a shelf in your home or in your office, in the office or at home.
But we have to keep in mind that we’re in a new era.
If we have any problem, there are people that are looking to do harm, and they’re looking for ways to do it.
So there is a possibility of doing harm to a book.
But it’s not a large amount of risk.CBC Canada: Are there any business owners in Canada that have found their books not safe to print?
Rettereich of Harper & Associates said: Absolutely.
The first thing is to make sure that the books are secured.
The second thing is, in order for people to know that it’s safe to put it out, they need to know where it is.
The third thing is that if you want to sell your books, you have to secure the book in the right way.
And you have a good idea where the book is going to go, where it’s supposed to go.
You need to have the right people in place to handle the books.
You cannot just sell books and go.
So the book printing companies are trying to help people secure their books.
We’ve started to have that happen.
CBC Cdn: What can you do if your business has been impacted by the new legislation?
Rattereich said: I have no doubt that our book publishers are very, very aware of the threat to the books they are selling, and it is something that we are very careful to do.
If people do sell their books, they will have to have all the necessary security measures in place in order that they can be safe.
And in order not to give a false impression that we do not have security measures.
So it is really important that people are aware of that, because if you do not take the necessary precautions to secure your books and you do have a book that is sold, you are potentially putting your own business in jeopardy.CBC Cdn is on CBC Radio One and CBC Television Network on Monday evenings at 7:30 p.m. ET.