Can I have permission to use certain materials?

Quick tip: it is possible to use our materials, upon conditions.

The following copyright permission is conditional on you forwarding to us a copy of the final form of material to be distributed so that we can verify compliance of the conditions below. Once we have confirmed compliance we will forward permission.

The rights granted in this permission are non-exclusive and non-transferable and the excerpt must remain as originally published by Indigenous Corporate Training Inc.

Please ensure that credit to the source of the information is set forth as described below:

Here are our requirements for reproducing our material: 

eBooks

  • Title of eBook, url
  • Reproduced with the permission of Robert P Joseph, President of Indigenous Corporate Training Inc. www.ictinc.ca
21 Things You May Not Know About The Indian Act
  • Title of book
  • Reproduced with the permission of Bob Joseph, President of Indigenous Corporate Training Inc. www.ictinc.ca

Working Effectively with Indigenous Peoples® or Indigenous Relations Insights, Tips & Suggestions To Make Reconciliation A Reality:

  • Title of Book
  • Reproduced with the permission of Bob Joseph and Cynthia F. Joseph, Indigenous Corporate Training Inc. www.ictinc.ca

 

If you are seeking our requirements regarding citing from our blog Working Effectively with Indigenous Peoples®  please use this format:

  • Article title (and linked to the article, if not please include the URL of the article.
  • Blog title: Working Effectively with Indigenous Peoples® (linked if online usage) otherwise include https://www.ictinc.ca/blog
  • Author: Bob Joseph, President of Indigenous Corporate Training Inc. www.ictinc.ca