Quebec is experiencing a British Invasion when it comes to digital copyright. A wide range of newspapers and magazines from the United Kingdom now allow you to use and share their articles in digital format… as long as you go through Copibec to do it!
You and your co-workers can now share in-depth economic analysis from highly reputable British sources such as The Economist and The Financial Times or read about trending issues covered by experienced reporters from The Guardian. The complete list of participating U.K. media is available on the NLA media access site. Please note that only the lists of titles from the U.K. apply here in Quebec.
Use allowed if you follow copyright rules
The articles from these media sources are protected by copyright. In Quebec, you’re authorized to use and share them as long as you clear the rights through Copibec.
If you don’t use Copibec’s services, sharing that content may infringe copyright.
Millions of documents for business use
Hundreds of private companies and public organizations such as government ministries, municipalities and government-owned corporations have copyright licences from Copibec. If you work for an organization covered by a licence, you can use the content listed in Copibec's repertoire (catalogue) while doing your job.
Copibec manages the rights for books, newspapers and magazines from 33 countries, including the U.S., France and the U.K., as well as the rest of Canada.
By taking advantage of our services, you’ll have a convenient, legal way to clear the rights and license your content use.