The following statement has been reposted from Public Health Ontario:
"What copyright and license restrictions apply to the Virtual Library?
You may download and use database search results and full-text articles for research, program development, and other related activities of your organization. All other uses are prohibited.
Some examples of prohibited uses are:
Virtual Library content is protected by copyright law and is subject to the terms and conditions of the agreements under which the materials are licensed. Except as otherwise provided under copyright law and applicable license agreements, such material may not be copied, published, distributed, downloaded or otherwise stored in a retrieval system, transmitted or converted, in any form or by any means, electronic or otherwise, without the prior written permission of the copyright owner. Users may not modify, adapt, transform, translate or create any derivative work based on the content of these publications. "
Articles are sent with the understanding that you agree to uphold the COPYRIGHT restrictions applicable to all library materials. You must make a single copy for your own personal files and destroy any attached digital copies.
Articles are sent with the understanding that you agree to uphold the COPYRIGHT restrictions applicable to all library materials. You may use a single copy solely for research or private study. If you recieve a fax electronically, under the provisions of the current Copyright Act, you are required to destroy the attached digital copy. Further Reproduction Prohibited.