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Copyright & Education

Key Exceptions

In addition to Fair Dealing, Canadian copyright law includes other exceptions that provide users with ways to use and share copyrighted material without requesting permission from the copyright holder. Unlike Fair Dealing, which is designed to provide a more adaptable approach to the use of copyrighted material, these exceptions are narrowly targeted to specific kinds of content, certain uses, and the needs of specific groups.