Fair Dealing is an exception in the Copyright Act which allows an individual to make a copy for the purpose of research, criticism, review, education, news reporting, parody, or satire. The original source must be credited.
Must be for the purposes of:
Single copies are fine, multiple copies tend to be unfair.
Use the least amount possible, though it may be necessary to copy the entire article.
Find another way to access the information, such as links. The user can't always be expected to conduct work on site, so a copy may needed.
Reasonable limits should be placed on the work by the Fair Dealing Policy.
The market for the publisher's work should not decrease as a result of copies being made.
One of the following: