— Last checked and updated April 28, 2021, by Rachel Lin, Langara College Library & Information Technology practicum student.
“5 Ways to Keep your Infographic Legal.” VISME (Maryland, U.S.) View Infographic
Access Copyright: A nonprofit, national organization that represents thousands of Canadian writers, artists and publishers. Visit Site
“Copyright: An Essential Summary for Indie Authors.” ALLi’s Self-Publishing Advice Center, Alliance for Independent Authors, Feb. 22, 2019. An overview of copyright at a global level excerpted from How Authors Sell Publishing Rights by Helen Sedwick and Orna Ross. Read Article
“Copyright.” Association of Canadian Publishers. A statement published to their website about copyright. Visit Site
“Copyright.” Government of Canada. Services and information providing protection for literary, artistic, dramatic and musical creations. Visit Site
“Copyright.” MacEwan University Library. Visit Site
“Copyright FAQ.” Boughton Law. Specializing in intellectual property, Boughton Law explains copyright. Visit Site
“Copyright Registration of Periodicals, Newspapers, and Magazines.” FindLaw, Jun. 20, 2016.
The US process of copyright. Read Article
Finlay, Erin. “No Longer Business as Usual.” Magazine Association of BC, Sep. 18, 2013.
The keynote speech for MagsBC’s Copyright Forum for BC’s Creative Industries. Watch Video
Friedland, Martin L. “Report to Access Copyright on Distribution of Royalties.” Access Copyright, Feb. 15, 2007. On copyright policies and the work of Access Copyright. Read Report
“Impacts of the Education Sector’s Interpretation of ‘Fair Dealing'” PricewaterhouseCoopers for Access Copyright, 2015. Read Report
McKeown, John. “Canada: Copyright In The Subject Matter Of A Photograph.” Mondaq, Mar. 23, 2018.
A short case study discussing the U.S. decision about Jacobus Rentmeester’s photo of Michael Jordan and his suit against Nike for shooting and using a remarkably similar image. Touches on differences in Canadian and U.S. copyright. Read Article
Michael Geist Legal Blog: A blog by one of Canada’s leading copyright law experts, covering privacy legislation, copyright and Internet law. Visit Site
Walker, Keith D. “The Canadian Copyright Law and Common Educational Reprography Practices.” Canadian Journal of Education / Revue canadienne de l’éducation. Vol. 21, No. 1 (Winter, 1996), pp. 50-64. Read Article