Under Canadian copyright law, a created work does not have to be formally registered for copyright if it can be demonstrated when and by whom a work was created. Unless there is an agreement to the contrary, the employer owns copyright of works created by employees in the course and scope of their employment.
- The Superintendent of Schools may grant educational jurisdictions or others the right to reproduce work created by Edmonton School Division under such terms as may be appropriate.
- The Superintendent of Schools may enter into an agreement with others to produce, in part or in whole, a work for Edmonton School Division.
- A request for purchase of Edmonton School Division material may be granted at a charge which shall cover reproduction, mailing, and royalty.