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Rights and Permissions

Rights and Permissions

Students with Disabilities:

If you are a student with a verified disability that prevents you from using our standard instructional materials, please have your school’s disabilities service coordinator or other school official complete the Request & Agreement Form for Students with Disabilities (below), and submit it to Portage & Main Press.

Request & Agreement Form for Students with Disabilities

Rights:

Thank you for your interest in Portage & Main Press!
For more information on our rights list, to find out about specific titles with rights available, or to set up an appointment with us please contact:

Catherine Gerbasi
Rights and Permissions
100-318 McDermot Ave
Winnipeg MB R3A 0A2
Canada

Toll-Free Ph : 1-800-667-9673
Toll-Free Fax: 1-866-734-8477

Permissions:

If you would like to apply for permission to use an excerpt from a Portage & Main book, please send your written request to rights and permissions. All Portage & Main Press material is protected under copyright law. If you wish to use material published in any Portage & Main Press (and formerly Peguis Publishers) book, you must first receive written permission. When requesting permission please be sure to include:

Information about the Portage & Main book:

  • full title
  • author(s)
  • page numbers where the material appears in the book

Information on your book:

  • full title
  • author(s)
  • description of the book (include intended audience)
  • publisher (include all contact information)
  • publication date
  • print run
  • retail price
  • page count

Please send request to:

Rights and Permissions
100-318 McDermot Ave
Winnipeg MB R3A 0A2
Canada

Toll-Free Ph: 1-800-667-9673
Toll-Free Fax: 1-866-734-8477

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