Category:Architecture of Canada
Copyright and Licensing
Canadian copyright law grants panorama freedom on works of architecture or artistic craftsmanship and on sculptures. Photographs (and also drawings, paintings, engravings, or movies) of such works or models thereof do not infringe upon the copyright of the depicted works if those are permanently installed in public places or buildings. This does not apply to two-dimensional works such as, for example, murals.
This category has the following 15 subcategories, out of 15 total.