Permissions

All material published by Random House of Canada Limited (which includes Appetite by Random House, Bond Street Books, Doubleday Canada, Emblem, Fenn/McClelland & Stewart, Fenn/Tundra, Knopf Canada, McClelland & Stewart, Random House Canada, Signal Books, Tundra Books, Seal Books, Anchor Canada and Vintage Canada) is protected under copyright law. Written permission from the publisher is required if you wish to reproduce our material.

Where can I find out more about copyright?

If you have general questions about copyright rules and current legislation in Canada, information can be found at your local library, or at the Canadian Intellectual Property Office.

What about titles published by other Random House companies?

Random House of Canada Limited distributes many titles from Random House Inc. (Random House in the US), and Random House Limited Group (Random House UK and Transworld UK). We can grant permissions only on titles that are part of our domestic publishing program, i.e., that are published under the following imprints: Appetite by Random House, Bond Street Books, Doubleday Canada, Emblem, Fenn/McClelland & Stewart, Fenn/Tundra, Knopf Canada, McClelland & Stewart, Random House Canada, Signal Books, Tundra Books, Seal Books, Anchor Canada and Vintage Canada. For all other imprints you must apply to another company for permission. Please see below for other Random House companies and their addresses. 

Random House Inc. (Random House in the U.S.)

Visit Random House Inc. Copyrights and Permissions.

Random House UK (Random House in the U.K.)

Visit Random House UK Permissions.

How do I request permission to reproduce material?

All requests must be made in writing. Please fully complete the Permissions Request Form and submit it as early in your editorial process as possible.

Click here to download the printable .pdf form.

 

Send your request to:

Permissions Department
Random House of Canada Limited
One Toronto Street, Suite 300
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
M5C 2V6
Fax: 416-364-6653
E-mail: rightscanada@randomhouse.ca 


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How long does it take to process a permission request?

Due to a consistently high volume of requests, it may take up to 6 weeks before you receive a written response to your request.