Salut Canada aims to promote the products and services of Canada’s tourism industry. Accordingly, Salut Canada is not a travel agency. The organizations featured on the site apply their own conditions and rates to the sale of tourist experiences. Salut Canada is not responsible for transactions negotiated with organizations featured on its sites.
1. Acceptable Use
Salut Canada asks that you to follow a few simple rules when using our Web site. The following are forbidden:
- using this Web site in a manner prohibited by these GTUs;
- using this Web site for commercial purposes;
- using this Web site in a manner that violates applicable laws; and
- making or attempting to make harmful use of this Web site and any computer system, including but not limited to servers, networks, databases, materials and equipment used by or for this Web site.
2. External Links to Our Web site
We have no connection to any other Web site or social media platform that post links to this Web site and, unless otherwise indicated, we do not support them.
3. Intellectual Property
The content of this Web site is protected by applicable intellectual property laws and regulations. Unless otherwise indicated, Salut Canada Canada holds all rights, titles and interest in the content of the site, and any copy, publication, reproduction or distribution made for commercial purposes is strictly prohibited without written authorization from Salut Canada.
5. Disclaimer of Warranty and Limitation of Liability
Salut Canada provides the Web site and its content “as is” and you agree to use this Web site and its content at your own risk. Salut Canada does not guarantee the accuracy, timeliness or completeness of its content, or that its content is intended for a particular purpose. Salut Canada makes no claim, guarantee or commitment, express or implied, that the Web site will meet your expectations, that access to the Web site will be uninterrupted, virus-free and error-free, that any error will be corrected or that the quality of any product, service, information or other material that may be purchased or obtained through the Web site will meet with your expectations. You agree not to hold Salut Canada liable for loss or damage of any kind (including, but not limited to, direct, indirect, special, incidental, consequential, punitive, exemplary damages, or other, as well as operating losses or loss of profits, reputation, information, programs or data, savings, revenues, goodwill, tangible or intangible assets, management time or work time, and losses related to costs, charges, damages to business, legal fees, or damages of any kind) that may arise from a contract, tort, negligence or any other legal grounds relating to this Web site or any external social media platform, even if Salut Canada has been advised of the possibility of such damage or loss, or that it would have been predictable.
6. Legislative Competence
The laws of the Province of Ontario govern these GTUs, which are under the exclusive jurisdiction of Ontario Courts.
If any term or condition of these GTUs, or their application to specific persons or circumstances, is found to be invalid or unenforceable, the remaining terms and conditions will remain in effect. Failure to apply some or all of the GTUs cannot be considered as a waiver of any element thereof.
B. Policy Regarding Social Media
Salut Canada is pleased that you are following its official social media accounts. We use our social media accounts to share useful information and resources. We encourage you to interact responsibly with them, including by following this social media policy, which applies when you communicate with Salut Canada through social media.
The above GTUs apply to our social media accounts by replacing any mention of our Web site with a mention of our social media accounts.
We monitor public interaction with our social media accounts and encourage respectful interaction. To that end, any comment posted on our accounts should be respectful and related to our content.
If you post content, you are prohibited from posting or providing a link to content that:
- is illegal, threatening, abusive, hateful, fraudulent, discriminatory, harassing, incendiary, indecent, criminal, defamatory, knowingly false, misleading, obscene, offensive, rude or otherwise objectionable;
- discloses personal information about other persons;
- infringes any confidential information;
- does not belong to the person who published it, or for which that person does not have the necessary rights to publish it;
- constitutes unauthorized or unsolicited advertising or spam; and
- contains software viruses or any other computer program designed to interfere with the proper functioning of any computer system owned or operated by Salut Canada.
Salut Canada reserves the right to delete, move or modify any content published on our accounts that does not comply with this policy, or for any other reason that Salut Canada deems appropriate at its sole discretion.
Salut Canada cannot guarantee that questions or comments shared on one of our social media accounts will receive a response. You also acknowledge that any reply we provide through our social media accounts does not constitute a definitive notice or a warranty of any kind.
Salut Canada’s decision to follow a social media account, make it a favourite, subscribe to it, or its sharing content from another user, do not constitute support or recommendation of the account or of the content in question.
1. Personal Information
Personal information is information that allows you to be identified, including your name, address and e-mail address, and may include information you provide Salut Canada when you communicate with us. Disclosure of personal information is not required to use our Web site.
Salut Canada may collect personal information from users of its Web site on a voluntary basis and with their consent, for example, when they contact Salut Canada directly. Personal information will not be used for purposes other than those for which it was collected, unless the person consents to it or as required by law. When personal information is collected, Salut Canada will provide you with an explanation.
All personal information collected is protected by modern physical and organizational security measures, as well as by mechanisms that include security software. Any personal information that is no longer necessary or relevant to the purpose for which it was collected, and which does not have to be retained by virtue of applicable laws will be destroyed, deleted or rendered anonymous.
Upon request, Salut Canada will inform you of the existence, use and disclosure of your personal information. Salut Canada acknowledges your right to challenge the accuracy of this information, and will make appropriate changes to correct it.
2. Other Information
When our Web site is used, our servers automatically collect limited amounts of information for statistical purposes and to control navigation. We analyze this information to improve our Web site. For example, we collect the following information: the IP address of your computer and your Internet Service Provider (ISP), your operating system, keywords entered in our search engine, pages visited, dates and times of visits, and the referring Web site. This information is not personal information and Salut Canada cannot identify you through it. However, if we detect an attempt to damage our Web site, we reserve the right to take appropriate action, including seeking to locate the identity of any person committing such an act.
Salut Canada can also use Google Analytics and other tools to analyze the use of its Web site to identify the characteristics of the site that users prefer, so it can be improved accordingly. The information collected is aggregated and anonymous, and does not include any personal information. You can disable use of Google Analytics by following the instructions here.
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