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Reproduction Of Online Materials Policy

Follow This Policy if You are Reproducing Anything from This SIte



From time to time and at its sole discretion, RBC may grant permission to reproduce sections, stories, articles and/or graphics from the RBC website (hereafter, "RBC Material") for offline use. Persons seeking to reproduce RBC Material for offline use must obtain prior authorization from RBC as outlined below. If authorization is granted, the user must credit RBC as specified by RBC and display the URL from which the RBC Material was taken on the user's material. Requests to reproduce materials that are not owned by RBC will not be considered. RBC expressly reserves the right to deny any request for any or no reason at all.

RBC does not permit reproduction of RBC Material for online use by others; instead RBC requires that individuals or organizations provide a link to the RBC website under the terms and conditions of RBC's Linking Policy.


  1. For each request to reproduce RBC Material for offline use, a written request must be submitted via email or mail to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
  2. The request shall include:
    1. the name of the individual and/or organization
    2. the individual's and/or organization's address, telephone number, email address and URL (if any)
    3. a description of the proposed use
    4. a precise description of the RBC Material sought to be reproduced and the URL where it is found
    5. the number of copies to be produced
  3. If the request is approved, as determined in RBC's sole discretion, RBC will send written authorization granting permission to reproduce the RBC Material. If RBC is not the owner of the requested material, the requestor shall be so notified.
  4. RBC shall maintain for its files the written request and the authorization or denial.