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Manitoba Historical Society: Website Terms and Conditions of Use

Welcome to the Manitoba Historical Society’s (“MHS”) website (the “Website”). Please read these terms and conditions (this “Agreement”) carefully as they govern your access and use of the Website, and the services available on the Website. By using the Website, you agree to follow and be bound by this Agreement.

Non-Commercial Use

a. Non-Commercial Use Generally

The Website was created to foster the widespread distribution of information about Manitoba’s history. As such, except for archival content (see below), you may use the content on the Website (the “Content”) for non-commercial purposes without charge provided that you explicitly acknowledge the MHS as the source of the information using the following citation: This information has been provided by the Manitoba Historical Society. Please visit their website at www.mhs.mb.ca.

The citation must be clearly visible and may not be obscured. MHS reserves the right to revoke any person or entity’s permission to use the Content.

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The Content may not, in whole or in part, be used in non-commercial published material or publications without the express written consent of MHS, which will not be unreasonably withheld. In order to request permission to use the Content in non-commercial published material or publications, please email MHS at webmaster@mhs.mb.ca. Please provide details as to what Content you wish to use and which publication it will appear in. This section only applies to Content that will be used in published materials or publications in a non-commercial context. For further clarity, published material means any content published in print and does not include online material.

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Many of the photographs on the MHS website come from archival collections such as those of the Archives of Manitoba or Library and Archives Canada, and are used on the Website with their permission. As such, the MHS cannot give you permission to use these photographs. Instead, you must contact the original archives to request permission for your particular use. Where possible, the accession information is listed with the photograph(s) on the Website to help the archivists in finding the originals in their collections. If you are unsure as to whether a photograph is from an archival collection, please contact MHS at webmaster@mhs.mb.ca, clearly indicating the nature of the inquiry in the subject line of the email.

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