About Expo67.museum

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Expo67.museum’s mission is to promote the documentary heritage of the 1967 International and Universal Exposition, better known as Expo67. Its objective is to collect, digitize, classify, preserve and make available to the general public a diverse range of documents related to this emblematic event. Activities include collecting archival documents, classifying them for optimal accessibility, preserving this collection, and finally, disseminating it via the online platform Expo67.museum.


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Expo67.museum, a registered non-profit organization, makes them available for educational purposes under the fair dealing provisions of the Canadian Copyright Act (R.S.C. [1985], c. C-42).

You may therefore reuse the content as long as you cite the exact source (expo67.museum Archives. Author, Title, Document number.), as long as you do not use it for commercial purposes and you share it under the same conditions governing fair use.

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Expo67.museum does not provide legal advice to users regarding the applicability or otherwise of an exception to copyright. This is the sole responsibility of the user. However, it is strictly forbidden to commercialize or resell the content of the expo67.museum website, at any time and under any circumstances.

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