This archived Web page remains online for reference, research or recordkeeping purposes. This page will not be altered or updated. Web pages that are archived on the Internet are not subject to the Government of Canada Web Standards. As per the Communications Policy of the Government of Canada, you can request alternate formats of this page on the Contact Us page.
The Archives Society of Alberta does not hold copyright in the images or descriptions contained in Alberta InSight. For information about copyright or other use of material in these databases, please contact the individual repository. For contact information, see the repositories section of the ASA's website at: www.archivesalberta.org/archlist.htm
Canada Aviation Museum
The images in the Canada Aviation Museum Digital Archives may be downloaded, without alteration or manipulation, for personal research or other non-commercial purposes only. Prior written authorization must be obtained from the Museum for commercial or public use. In all cases, the image number must be cited and the Museum must be given proper accreditation, in English or French where appropriate, as follows:
Photograph courtesy of the Canada Aviation Museum, Ottawa. Photo, aimablement communiqué par le Musée de l'aviation du Canada, à Ottawa.
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Canada Science and Technology Museum
The images in the CN Images of Canada Gallery may be downloaded for personal research or other non-commercial purposes, without alteration or manipulation. Prior written authorization must be obtained from the Museum for commercial or public use. In all cases, the image number must be cited and the Museum must be given proper accreditation, in English or French where appropriate, as follows:
Photograph courtesy of the Canada Science and Technology Museum, Ottawa
For further information regarding permissions or for obtaining reproductions of images in the Gallery, please contact:
CSTMC/CN Photograph Collection
City of Calgary, Corporate Records, Archives
Images viewed, downloaded or printed from the holdings of City of Calgary, Corporate Records, Archives are to be used only for personal research or study purposes. Unless otherwise noted, the images in City of Calgary, Corporate Records, Archives are copyrighted and owned by The City of Calgary. Permission to reproduce, distribute, transmit, or otherwise use graphic records (scanned images, photographs, negatives, slides, maps, plans or drawings) from the collections of City of Calgary, Corporate Records, Archives for commercial purposes must be obtained in advance and in writing using City of Calgary, Corporate Records, Archives "Application for Commercial Use of Graphic Records" form. This application pertains to the use of graphic records in print, broadcast, video, film, exhibitions, CD-ROM, Internet or any other photographic or electronic medium or for commercial use.
For further information please see our Reproduction Services Manual on our website at http://www.calgary.ca/cweb/gateway/gateway.asp?GID=395&CID=0&URL=http%3A%2F%2Fcontent%2Ecalgary%2Eca%2FCCA%2FCity%2BHall%2FBusiness%2BUnits%2FCity%2BClerks%2BDepartment%2FAdministration%2BServices%2FCorporate%2BRecords%2FArchives%2Findex%2Ehtm.
City of Calgary, Corporate Records, Archives
Earth Sciences Information Centre, NRCan
Images can be obtained from the Photo Collection for use in publications or research. The images contained in this archive are subject to Crown copyright guidelines and may only be downloaded or reproduced with written permission of the Geological Survey of Canada. However, the images may be used for non-commercial educational purposes if the following credit line is shown: "Reproduced with the permission of the Minister of Public Works and Government Services Canada, 2002 and Courtesy of Natural Resources Canada, Geological Survey of Canada, photo # xxxx." Royalty fees must be negotiated for any use resulting in redistribution or resale. Permission may be obtained by contacting the Photo Collection, Earth Sciences Information Centre:
Glenbow Library and Archives
To make our collection more accessible to the public and to encourage its use, the Glenbow Archives is pleased to present a growing number of its historical photographs on its web site.
However, we want to remind you that, other than for personal use, you may not reproduce, alter or transmit images in any format without written permission and payment of a usage fee. Images are watermarked to enable us to identify unauthorized use. To order photographs or inquire about usage fees, please contact us:
Glenbow Library and Archives
Halton Images and its partners, the Esquesing Historical Society and the Milton Historical Society, are pleased to offer images from their collections. These images may be downloaded for personal, non-commercial use only. High resolution versions of the images are available from the image providers on request. Any use of the images must credit the source.
For publication, distribution, and/or broadcast of these images in any form, please contact the image provider:
National Library of Canada
The images from Canadian Illustrated News and Early Images of Canada: Illustrations from Rare Books, contributed to Images Canada by the National Library of Canada, are in the public domain and may be reproduced without asking for permission or paying a copyright royalty.
When reproducing a Canadian Illustrated News image from this website, the source of the material should be acknowledged as follows: "Canadian Illustrated News, Vol. #, No. #, Page #. Reproduced from the National Library of Canada's website Images Canada (http://www.imagescanada.ca/)."
When reproducing a Canadian Illustrated News image from a photograph obtained from the National Library of Canada, the source of the material should be acknowledged as follows: "Canadian Illustrated News, Vol. #, No. #, Page #. Photo: From the National Library of Canada (http://www.imagescanada.ca/)."
To order images from the Canadian Illustrated News or Early Images of Canada: Illustrations from Rare Books collections or to inquire about photographic reproduction fees, please contact the Rare Books Division of the National Library of Canada. You will have to provide us with the title and date of the image, as well as the URL (Internet address), which you will find by clicking on the "more information" link found directly below the thumbnail of the image.
Library and Archives Canada
Nova Scotia Museum
Images from the Images Nova Scotia Gallery may be downloaded and used, without modification or alteration, for personal or non-commercial use only. Prior written authorization must be obtained from the Museum for commercial or public use. High resolution versions of the images are available from the Museum. In all cases, the image number must be cited and the Nova Scotia Museum must be credited as the source of the image.
For further information regarding image use authorization, or to obtain copies of the images in the Gallery, please contact:
Nova Scotia Museum Image Collection
Simon Fraser University Library
Unless otherwise noted, the images in the Simon Fraser University Library Editorial Cartoons Collection are copyrighted and owned by Simon Fraser University, or have had permissions granted to make them accessible electronically.
Images are available for research purposes only, and the Simon Fraser University Library requires clear and proper citation on all copied or linked materials. Links may be made to our site, but under no conditions are the images and associated data (such as captions, subject headings, etc.) to be copied and mounted onto another site or server.
Commercial use of these texts is prohibited without written agreement from the Simon Fraser University Library. Contact us at:
Sir Alexander Galt Museum & Archives
By agreement with the donor, the images of de Jourdan's Studio are available directly from the Sir Alexander Galt Museum & Archives for personal, non-profit reference and research. Commercial, for-profit use of de Jourdan's Studio images requires the written permission of the donor, Mr. M. Patrick de Jourdan.
Photographs by Arthur Rafton-Canning are in the public domain, since the copyright has expired.
The archives offers a complete range of copying services for researchers. Copies of virtually anything in the collections can be ordered, subject to copyright or other applicable legislation. The archives can copy onto almost any format, including audio tape, video tape (including broadcast quality formats), CDs, DVDs, photographs, and digital prints on a variety of papers including photo paper. Please contact us for a price list, or to discuss any special copying needs, at 403-329-7302 or email@example.com.
Toronto Public Library
Images viewed, downloaded or printed and reproductions of images ordered from the Library are to be used only for personal research or study purposes unless permission for publication or commercial use is applied for and granted. This includes use of images in any publication, exhibition, film, video or television broadcast, CDROM, or website.
Unless otherwise noted, all images in these collections are copyrighted by the Toronto Public Library. Queries should be directed to the Toronto Reference Library:
Preservation and Digitization Services
University of New Brunswick Libraries
University of New Brunswick Libraries provides access to these materials solely for the purpose of teaching or individual research. We request that a credit line be included with each item used. Any other use, including commercial reuse, mounting on other systems, or other forms of redistribution requires permission of the copyright owner or rights holder.
For more information, please contact:
Electronic Text Centre
University of Toronto Library
Copyright for the contents of “The Barren Lands” website belongs to the University of Toronto Libraries. The Libraries provide access to the materials included in “The Barren Lands” digital collection for the purposes of research, teaching, private study, or general interest. For these purposes the images and transcribed texts may be viewed and printed without prior permission, on the condition that you provide proper attribution of the source in all copies.
Credit: University of Toronto Libraries
Publication, redistribution and/or broadcast in any form, including electronic, requires written permission from the Library. Reproduction and permission requests should be directed to:
Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library