License Associated Press TV News film and video from The Canadian Press
TV and film producers, advertisers, online publishers and corporations in Canada can now license AP Archive footage from The Canadian Press. If your project qualifies for the federal government’s Canadian Film or Video Production Tax Credit that gives back up to 15% of your eligible production costs, licensing footage from The Canadian Press can save you money!
Find out the best pricing and subscription options that maximize your savings when licensing AP Archive footage from The Canadian Press.
Obtain copyright permission and reprint rights for news stories and photos from The Canadian Press
To purchase and license our pictures for commercial or editorial use, please contact 1-866-599-0599 or 416-507-2198 or email email@example.com.
Our news stories
Please include the following details and we will inform you of the fee and offer a letter of permission to use the article for up to one year from the date of its publication, provided that full credit is given to The Canadian Press and the text of the article not be altered.
Article details: Tell us where you saw it, date of publication, headline and the writer's name if available.
Republication details: Tell us how and where you would like to use the story and the size of your audience, whether it be the circulation of your publication, number of books or photocopies being produced, or the number of unique visitors of your website.
- Magazines $200
- Newspapers, Books $200
- Websites/intranets $250
- Documentaries $250
- Photocopy for classroom use $50
- Newsletters (call 416-507-2198 for pricing)
Actual fees may vary with circumstances and volume.