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i. Copyright Notice
The Martin H. Ainley Archives Centre, St. Johnʼs-Ravenscourt School may or may not hold the Copyright to those records in the Collection. Usage must satisfy the terms of the Copyright, Fair Dealing and the Privacy Acts of Canada. Copies of archival documents or pages of books cannot be resold, distributed or deposited in other archives without the written consent of the Archivist of The Martin H. Ainley Archives Centre. Customers are urged to consult the Copyright Act when the copyright issues raise questions. Please note: The Archivesʼ role is not to interpret the Act. Patrons must be aware of how Copyright Law may apply to their research and consult the Act when questions arise.
If you would like to publish a reproduction of a document still under Copyright, you will need to obtain written consent of the copyright owner before publication. Simply citing the archival source in the credit line is not adequate.
 
ii. Acknowledgement of Cited Works
If an archival document belonging to The Martin H. Ainley Archives Centre is cited in the text of a work, a complete reference to the document should appear in the form of a footnote. A complete reference must contain all the elements necessary to locate the document and to place it in its descriptive context. The individual elements of the reference will vary according to the format of the archival document. If an archival document belonging to The Martin H. Ainley Archives Centre is reproduced as an illustration or facsimile, the credit line must, at a minimum, include the name of the author or creator (if known), the words ‘The Martin H. Ainley Archives Centreʼ and the reproduction copy number. This credit line must be placed directly below or beside the reproduction. Any alterations to the image, such as cropping or retouching, must be indicated in the credit line by using the words "detail" or "based on".
For use on television, in a film, video, or in a slide presentation, a single credit to The Martin H. Ainley Archives Centre in the acknowledgements is acceptable.
 
iii. Takedown Policy
The Martin H. Ainley Archives Centre acts in good faith in presenting archival images online. However, we recognize that despite these safeguards we may be in breach of Copyright Laws. Further, we recognize that each alumni may have a different sense of his/her right to privacy (i.e. digital dissemination of his/her image in a photo or mention in a textual document). If a member of the public is concerned about an image(s) on the SJR website, the Archive should be contacted for its removal.


If an archival document belonging to The Martin H. Ainley Archives Centre is cited in the text of a work, a complete reference to the document is also required. The individual elements of the reference will vary according to the format of the archival document. If an archival document belonging to The Martin H. Ainley Archives Centre is reproduced as an illustration or facsimile, the credit line must, at a minimum, include the name of the author or creator (if known), the words ‘The Martin H. Ainley Archives Centreʼ and the reproduction copy number. This credit line must be placed directly below or beside the reproduction. Any alterations to the image, such as cropping or retouching, must be indicated in the credit line by using the words "detail" or "based on".For use on television, in a film, video, or in a slide presentation, a single credit to The Martin H. Ainley Archives Centre in the acknowledgements is acceptable.

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All images in The Martin H. Ainley Archives Centre are subject to copyright. Please read the Copyright and Acknowledgement Notice prior to using any of the images in the Archive.

For more information or to read the Standard Vocabulary Terminology Guide please refer to The Martin H. Ainley Archives Centre website.

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SJR is proud to be accredited and affiliated with several local, national and international educational organizations.
St. John’s-Ravenscourt School was founded in 1820 principally to serve the children of the Selkirk settlers. By 1834 there were forty students, evenly split between boys and girls. SJR has inevitably grown and changed over the years since, though its success throughout has been unimpeachable. We have graduated 18 Rhodes scholars, for example, and Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II granted patronage and established a scholarship in her name in 1981. Today the programs are as strong as our reputation. A strong academic program is paired with an equally strong attention to the values of stewardship, ethical leadership, and excellence in all areas of academic, social and athletic life.