The University of Alberta identifies information resources that record the history and development of Canada's prairie provinces and makes those resources available on the Peel's Prairie Provinces (Peel) website. The resources are made available for public viewing at no cost.
Certain titles may be listed in the database, but the contents of those works may be unavailable on the website, where the University of Alberta does not have authority to display that material or we have otherwise been unable to digitize them. Further, the University of Alberta's entitlement to display the digitized materials appearing on the website does not extend to providing copies of specific content of the website to the general public, or to otherwise allow reproduction of material from the website without permission of the copyright owner(s). Therefore, we regret we cannot respond to requests from the public for reproduction of material on the site.
If you are aware of errors or omissions related to the copyright of any materials, or if you have questions or comments, please contact us.
If you are interested in more information on copyright in general, see http://www.cipo.gc.ca.
Helping With Copyright
Users of the Peel site are encouraged to contact the University of Alberta Library if they hold copyright on title(s) cited in the database but not displayed on the website and are prepared to provide permission to place the materials on the site.
The contents of the website are historical documents created by others, and the accuracy, completeness or truthfulness of such documents are unknown to the University of Alberta. Any users rely on these documents and their contents at their own risk. The University of Alberta is not responsible for any direct, indirect, consequential, or incidental damages arising out of or relating to the use of, or the inability to use, the information and materials linked to or found on Peel's Prairie Provinces website.
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