The Toronto Iranians Community Group is not responsible for the factual accuracy or the views expressed in the interviews.

To listen to the Iranian Canadian Oral History interviews, you must first register and apply for access to the audio files. To register, please read terms of use and follow the directions.

The Audio Files are available to scholars, researchers, students and the public who are interested in learning about the Iranian- Canadian community and its role in the social, cultural, economic, and political make-up of Toronto and Canada.

Terms of Use
To use the Iranian Canadian Oral History Collection of the Toronto Iranians Community Group you must first register. By registering you acknowledge that copyrights for audio files belong solely to the Toronto Iranians Community Group; that the Collection is to be used strictly for research, teaching, and private study; that special care must be taken in quoting from them in order to retain the full meaning, spirit, and the intention of the interviewee and that you will make every effort to avoid quoting the speaker out of context so that the actual meaning is fairly represented. Fair use of the material may be made subject to the normal citing of the source. In cases where the “fair use” rule is exceeded, special negotiation will be required. The quotations taken from the audio files will be cited in the following manner: The Reminiscences of (interviewee)_______________ in an interview with (interviewer)________________, date_______, in the Iranian Canadian Oral History Collection of the Toronto Iranians Community Group.
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