The archival and library holdings of the Museum at Campbell River Archives Research Centre are available to professionals (historians, geographers, genealogists, students and teachers) and to the public for either research or personal use.
Reproductions of the centre’s material can be made for research purposes, and this includes photocopies and photographic services such as scanning and digital prints. However, they will only be made where copying is permitted under Canadian copyright legislation, if copying does not jeopardize the physical condition of the records and where there is no infringement on donor restrictions.
Researchers are encouraged to use their own cameras to photograph material for research purposes, especially where copying is not possible due to fragility of the originals.
To use reproductions for a purpose other than research or personal use, permission must be obtained from the Museum at Campbell River. There may be a permission or use fee charged.
For information about photocopying and reproduction fees, see the Price List