To clarify the subject, 10 billion photocopies are made in the elementary and secondary schools in Canada. These are copies of absolutely everything, whether it be letters sent to parents or other things.
Of those 10 billion pages, more than three billion are copied from published works, works that are protected by copyright. Some 250 million are covered by the Access Copyright licence, and a levy is applied to them. These are 250 million pages of works that are copied in the primary and secondary schools. Add to that the copies that are made in the postsecondary institutions.