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This guide provides teachers with Information about intellectual property law in Canada
Legislation and Case Law
Canadian Intellectual Property Office
The Intellectual Property Office deliver intellectual property (IP) services in Canada such as trademarks, copyrights, and patents. They also educate Canadians on how to use IP more effectively.
Intellectual Property Databases
Publicly accessible databases that allow you to search for trademarks, patents, copyrights, industrial designs or other goods and services in Canada
MediaSmarts: Fair Dealing for Media Education
A useful article about the use of media in the classroom.
MediaSmarts: Resources for Teachers
Resources for educators to use when teaching about Intellectual Property Rights.
What is Intellectual Property?
An introduction to the fundamental ideas of intellectual property from the Canadian government.
A huge collection of images that are under a Creative Commons license or in the public domain.
Canadian Public Domain Flowchart
With the new copyright term extension, how do you know if something is in the Canadian public domain? This flowchart can help.
Opening Up Copyright: University of Alberta
The University of Alberta created the Opening Up Copyright (OUC) instructional videos to make copyright law more easy, engaging, and accessible to everyone. Check out their many videos, including "Copyright In A K-12 Context."
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