"certified true copies of diplomas" define?

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Subject: "certified true copies of diplomas" define?
 
I am reading trough my application checklist for a PR in Quebec, and I see they want "certified true copies of diplomas". what does this mean?
Do I have to go to an attorney or public notary?

Can I just ranslate them myselg and sign below that is a true and accurat translation of the original? this is what I did to get my American H1B work visa, and it was fine.

Thanks in advance.

[26-09-2005,04:04]
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You can not translate it yourself. It must be signed and stamped by the official notary.
[26-09-2005,15:51]
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