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The Government of Canada is the owner, or the licensee, of the intellectual property rights (including copyright) in the data products offered under the Data Liberation Initiative, and this licence is only a licence to use these data products. No title or other rights are conveyed by this licence.
These data products are provided "as is", and the owner makes no representations or warranties, either expressed or implied, as to the appropriateness and fitness for a particular purpose.
The data products are to be used only by educators, students, and other staff members of the University of Lethbridge (referred to herein as "authorized users") and only while they have such status with this educational institution.
These data products are provided for the exclusive purposes of teaching, academic research and publishing, and/or planning of educational services within this educational institution, and may not be used for any other purposes without explicit prior written approval of Statistics Canada.
Authorized users are prohibited from using these data products in the pursuit of any contractual or income-generating venture either privately, with other government departments, or under the auspices of the education institution without the express permission of Statistics Canada.
Authorized users shall not attempt to re-identify the records on the micro data files so as to relate the particulars to any individual person, business or organization.
Copies of the data products can be retained by authorized users for the period necessary to conduct the research or teaching, including their use as evidence of research methodologies and results, and subsequent research and analysis.
The distribution of any data obtained under this agreement outside this educational institution through sale, donation, transfer or exchange of any portion of these data in any way is strictly prohibited, with the exception of distribution to bona fide participants in the Data Liberation Initiative. The DLI contact must agree to such distribution.
The publishing of analysis and results from research using any of these data products is permitted in research communications such as scholarly papers, journals and the like. The authors of these communications are required to cite Statistics Canada as the source of the data, and to indicate that the results or views expressed are those of the author/authorized user and not those of Statistics Canada. Permission to use extracts of these data in textbooks must be obtained from the Licensing Section of Statistics Canada's Marketing Division.
Further information on the conditions of use can be obtained from the University of Lethbridge DLI Contact, Maxine Tedesco, University of Lethbridge Library (403) 329-2273; email@example.com. Information on available files is on the Numeric Data webpage.
Content Revised: November 29, 2012