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Intellectual Property Program
Copyright Permission Request Process
- How do I make a request?
- Who should I contact if I have questions?
How do I make a request?
All requests for permission to copy a part or all of a Province-owned work should be directed to the Intellectual Property Program by submitting a completed Copyright Permission Request Form.
When a request has been submitted, the Intellectual Property Program will consult with the ministry responsible for the work to confirm there are no objections to the work being reproduced. If there are no objections, permission will generally be granted. However, if the reproduction is to be used for commercial purposes or the requestor will be modifying the work, a license agreement may need to be obtained.
Who should I contact if I have questions?
If you have any questions about the Copyright Permission Request Form or require further information regarding this process, please contact us.