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You may use images from public websites for classroom presentations, or for posting into Blackboard (for educational or training purposes), as long as you satisfy the following criteria:
See Section 29.4 of Canada's Copyright Act for more information.
A great option is to use a public domain image or an image with creative commons licensing (always make sure to follow the cc license and attribution requirements.
Please remember to cite your sources.
An individual can use copyrighted works such as images, videos, music, text, etc. in the creation of a new work (e.g. modifying a mathematical table, creating an instructional video, creating slides or documents) as long as the mash-up meets the following conditions (Section 29.21 of Copyright Act):
(public domain image from openclipart.org)