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Copyright Notice and Terms of Use

Unless otherwise specified, all materials available through this repository are subject to protection under the Canadian Copyright Act.

Where the Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies owns copyright in the materials made available in this archive, it grants the CIUS Digital Archive the right to publish these works online. 

These materials are simultaneously licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 License.  This licence allows sharing of the work for non-commercial purposes with an acknowledgement of the work's authorship and initial publication.

The material, however, must not be modified, reproduced or distributed in any form for commercial purposes without prior written permission of the Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies.

Use of the material outside the terms of the CC 2.0 license may infringe copyright; use for any purpose other than fair dealing may be a violation of copyright law and/or other proprietary rights.

Where the Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies does not own or have authority todisplay the material, certain titles, excerpts or fragments of text may be listed in the repository, but the full contents of those works may be unavailable on the website. Such material on this website has additional or different terms of use that will apply where specified.

Selected materials, such as documents pertaining to the Ukrainian immigration to Canada in the XX century or other collections of factual information are not subject to copyright.  Where copyright has expired, material belongs to the public domain and is freely available.

The CIUS Digital Archive reserves the right to copy original, rare, or unpublished materials in its collection, which have been deemed at risk of deterioration or becoming damaged or lost.

Users are responsible to exercise due diligence in ensuring the accuracy of the materials shared.

For more information, please consult the University of Alberta’s Copyright Office.

If you are interested in more information on copyright in Canada, see http://www.cipo .gc.ca