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  1. Copyright Act - R.S.C., 1985, c. C-42 (Section 30.04)
    Marginal note:Work available through Internet
    •  (1) Subject to subsections (2) to (5), it is not an infringement of copyright for an educational institution, or a person acting under the authority of one, to do any of the following acts for educational or training purposes in respect of a work or other subject-matter that is available through the Internet:

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    • Marginal note:Non-application

      (3) Subsection (1) does not apply if the work or other subject-matter — or the Internet site where it is posted — is protected by a technological protection measure that restricts access to the work or other subject-matter or to the Internet site.

    • (4) Subsection (1) does not permit a person to do any act described in that subsection in respect of a work or other subject-matter if

      • (a) that work or other subject-matter — or the Internet site where it is posted — is protected by a technological protection measure that restricts the doing of that act; or

      • (b) a clearly visible notice — and not merely the copyright symbol — prohibiting that act is posted at the Internet site where the work or other subject-matter is posted or on the work or other subject-matter itself.

    • Marginal note:Non-application

      (5) Subsection (1) does not apply if the educational institution or person acting under its authority knows or should have known that the work or other subject-matter was made available through the Internet without the consent of the copyright owner.

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  2. Canadian Environmental Assessment Act, 2012 - S.C. 2012, c. 19, s. 52 (Section 79)
    Marginal note:Establishment and maintenance
    •  (1) The Agency must establish and maintain an Internet site that is available to the public.

    • Marginal note:Contents — responsible authority

      (2) The responsible authority with respect to a designated project must ensure that the following records and information, relating to the environmental assessment of the designated project that it conducts, are posted on the Internet site:

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    • Marginal note:Contents — Agency

      (3) The Agency must ensure that, in the case of an assessment conducted by a review panel or an environmental assessment completed under section 50, the following records or information are posted on the Internet site:

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    • Marginal note:Management of Internet site

      (4) The Agency must determine

      • (a) what the form of the Internet site is to be and how it is to be kept;

      • (b) what information must be contained in any record required to be posted on the Internet site under this Act; and

      • (c) when information may be removed from the Internet site.


  3. First Nations Financial Transparency Act - S.C. 2013, c. 7 (Section 8)
    Marginal note:Internet site — First Nation
    •  (1) A First Nation must publish the documents referred to in paragraphs 7(1)(a) to (d) on its Internet site, or cause those documents to be published on an Internet site, within 120 days after the end of each financial year.

    • Marginal note:Documents archived

      (2) The documents referred to in subsection (1) must remain accessible to the public, on an Internet site, for at least 10 years.

    • Marginal note:Discharging duty

      (3) Publishing any document on an Internet site is insufficient to discharge the First Nation’s duty to make copies of it available to its members who request that document.


  4. Canada Elections Act - S.C. 2000, c. 9 (Section 384.2)
    Marginal note:Regulated fundraising event organized by registered party
    •  (1) If a registered party organizes all or part of a regulated fundraising event for its own financial benefit or for the financial benefit of one of its registered associations, nomination contestants, candidates or leadership contestants, the registered party shall publish the information set out in subsection (2) in a prominent location on its Internet site for the period beginning five days before the day the regulated fundraising event takes place and ending at the time the event starts.

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    • Marginal note:Registered party to publish information

      (4) If at least one person or entity referred to in subsection (3) complies with the obligation under that subsection — to provide information to the registered party in time for the registered party to be able to publish it — the registered party shall publish that information in a prominent location on its Internet site for the period beginning five days before the day the regulated fundraising event takes place and ending at the time the event starts.

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    • Marginal note:Updating published information

      (5) If a registered party referred to in subsection (1) or (4) becomes aware, after publishing information under this section, of any change to that information, the registered party shall replace the old information on its Internet site with the new information as soon as feasible after becoming aware of the change.

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    • Marginal note:Updating published information

      (7) If new information is provided to a registered party under subsection (6), the registered party shall replace the old information on its Internet site with the new information as soon as feasible after being provided with it.

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  5. Canada Elections Act - S.C. 2000, c. 9 (Section 2)
    Marginal note:Definitions
    •  (1) The definitions in this subsection apply in this Act.

      election advertising

      election advertising  means the transmission to the public by any means during an election period of an advertising message that promotes or opposes a registered party or the election of a candidate, including by taking a position on an issue with which a registered party or candidate is associated. For greater certainty, it does not include

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      • (d) the transmission by an individual, on a non-commercial basis on the Internet, of his or her personal political views; or

      partisan advertising

      partisan advertising  means the transmission to the public by any means during a pre-election period of an advertising message that promotes or opposes a registered party or eligible party or the election of a potential candidate, nomination contestant or leader of a registered party or eligible party, otherwise than by taking a position on an issue with which any such party or person is associated. For greater certainty, it does not include

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      • (e) the transmission by an individual, on a non-commercial basis on the Internet, of his or her personal political views; or

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    • (7) For the purposes of the definitions election advertising and partisan advertising, promoting or opposing includes

      • (a) in relation to a registered party or eligible party,

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        • (iii) providing a link to an Internet page that does anything referred to in subparagraphs (i) and (ii); and

      • (b) in relation to the election of a potential candidate, a nomination contestant, a candidate or a leader of a registered party or eligible party,

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        • (iv) providing a link to an Internet page that does anything referred to in subparagraphs (i) to (iii).

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