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Foot Canada Training Intellectual Property Policy 
 

  • The Canada Copyright Act (R.S.C., 1985, c. C-42) protects all original literary, dramatic, musical and artistic work created in Canada or treaty countries, giving the author the sole "right to copy" (Canadian Intellectual Property Office, 2018). 

  • The Canadian Intellectual Property Office (2018) defines copyright as:

 "In the simplest terms, "copyright" means "the right to copy." In general, copyright means the sole right to produce or reproduce a work or a substantial part of it in any form. It includes the right to perform the work or any substantial part of it or, in the case of a lecture, to deliver it. If the work is unpublished, copyright includes the right to publish the work or any substantial part of it." 
  • The content of Foot Canada Training's online courses is copyrighted and cannot be quoted, copied, shared or published without written permission of Foot Canada Training's Director, Cindy Lazenby.

  • If written permission to quote, copy, share or publish one of Foot Canada Training's original works is provided by Foot Canada Training's Director, proper reference to the author must be given when the work is used.

References used to develop this policy