If so you're in good company. Decisions of the Copyright Board of Canada have been overturned on appeal, generally to the benefit of those looking to use copyrighted work.
Now there's an opportunity for changes as explained by columnist Michael Geist who recently wrote on the situation in Appointment of New Copyright Board of Canada Chair Offers Chance for Change.
On his Excess Copyright blog Ottawa lawyer Howard Knopf has written two recent pertinent articles Canada’s Copyright Board at the Cross Roads and Canada’s Unlocatable Copyright Owner Regime – A Canadian “Solution” or a Canadian Problem or a Canadian Opportunity?
Would it be wishful thinking of too high an order that one day copyright will be so clear there will be no need for presentations on the topic at family history conferences?