Privacy Policy is aware of the different issues raised with the circulation of personal information on the Internet and wishes to work with you to ensure the respect and protection of your privacy. For this specific reason we would like to explain what kind of information we collect when you visit and when, why and how we collect this information. We therefore ask you to read the following information carefully and to occasionally reference it to follow any changes which may be done.

General Principles is committed to respect and protect your right to privacy. voluntarily adheres to the Canadian Standards Association model code for the protection of personal information. This consumer privacy policy states the way we collect, use and broadcast your personal information. You acknowledge can at any time, in its sole discretion, change the Policy with or without notice. The new Policy will then be communicated on the website. If necessary, we advise you to periodically read the Policy to get acquainted with the new regulation. You acknowledge by continuing to use the website after the Policy has been shared, you are deemed to have consented to the revised Policy. If can contain links to other websites, it is not responsible in any way to the content or policies of those websites.

Information We Collect Website can collect information about you when you register to become a member. also collects global information and information related to specific users on the web pages visited by consumers and information voluntarily provided by consumers when they do surveys or register for contests. When you visit and interact with it, some information may be automatically collected, such as :

  • The IP address of your computer
  • Your browser and operating system used
  • The web pages you visited immediately before and after your visit on
  • Your activity in the community’s chat forum
  • The web pages and ads you visit and the link you click on the website
  • Information about the research you do on and how you use the results
  • Information about the services you use on and the frequency with which you use them, your response to offers and advertisements, including those offered by third-party websites
  • The speed of your bandwidth and information about the software on your computer
  • Accumulated data on your click through rates in emails and viewing of users videos
  • Data on your location and other information about mobile devices used to access and interact with
  • Regular server logs information
  • Information collected using HTML and Flash cookies, web beacons and similar technologies

We publish ads on to offer our users a free access to our content. In order to create a real personalize online experience, some of the advertisements you may receive are tailored to your preferences using information collected by cookies, web beacons, and other sources, such as ad networks, which helps us to offer personalized content and ads on This process allows advertisers to reach readers with advertising for products or services they are interested in.Advertisers could also publish targeted ads on Keep in mind that the privacy practices of third-party platforms and advertisers who collect data on are not affected by this privacy policy.

Statistical Analysis
We aggregate and analyze the data we collect to learn more about how is used. Among other things, we may use this information to monitor, analyze and improve the operation of and to better tailor its content and design to answer the needs of our visitors.

Purchases may also collect information about you when you make purchases by mail, fax or online. Information may include your name, address, company name, phone number, fax number, email and credit card information.

Complaints may collect information about you if you send a complaint or a consumer request. Information may include your name, address, phone number, email, date of birth and facts related to the complaint or request.

Marketing Research may also collect information about you if you have participated in marketing studies. Information may include your name, address, phone number, email, genre, income and facts related to your habits and consumer preferences.

Promotions and Contests may collect information about you if you participate to one of its contests or promotions, or to one of our partners. Moreover, may ask you through forms, if you are interested in receiving information about other services, contests or news about or our partners. You will always have the right to decline or to stop the subscription to a personalized service that you have previously chosen. The information collected may include your name, your address, your phone number, email, date of birth and fact relating your participation in a contest or promotion.

Other sources
We could have access to other information about you from other sources and platforms (like social networking sites, databases, internet marketing companies and advertising targeting), including:

  • If you get connected to social networks like Facebook Connect or Twitter from, your username and your login list for those services
  • Demographic data such as age, gender and interests
  • Advertising interaction and viewing information, such as click-through rates and the number of times you’ve viewed a particular ad
  • Unique identifiers, including mobile device identification numbers that may determine the physical location of such devices in accordance with applicable law. Please note may combine information we collect to information collected through third parties.

Use of personal information uses your personal information for one or more of the following purposes : (1) To identify you; (2) to improve the website’s content; (3) to personalize the content or the website for consumers; (4) notify consumers of updates to the Website; (5) communicate with consumers for marketing purpose; (6) improve its products and services; (7) process and ship your orders; (8) manage your complaints or consumer requests.

Cookies are simple text files that web browsers place in computer hard drives when sites are visited. Cookies cannot damage files and cannot read information stored on the user’s hard drive. uses cookies to help us measure the number of visits, the average length of visits, the pages viewed and other statistics relating to the use of our Website. Our cookies do not present any security risk for you, as they contain no personal information, only a string of special characters that informs the service that you have already used the Website. No personal information is stored inside the cookies. Please note that some features of the Website may not work if you do not accept cookies. Therefore, please accept any cookies sent to your computer. You can disable the warning light by selecting certain preferences or options in your browser menu and by closing the warning button.

Safety Precautions understands the importance of protecting your personal information and and uses the latest Internet security protocols to protect the personal information collected by the Website. Nevertheless, you need to know the Internet isn’t a secured way of communication. Therefore, doesn’t guarantee the absolute security of your personal information you give through the Website. Please understand that you give this information at your own risk. Also, keep in mind the voluntary dissemination of personal information during chat rooms, comments, e-mail or on an electronic bulletin board is not covered by this policy. So you must always be careful when giving your personal information by these means. You transmit this information at your own risk. This information may be collected and used by third parties without prior consent from you. In short, if you register personal information online and this information is publicly available, you may receive unsolicited messages from third parties. disclaims all responsibility in this regard. At any time, we advise you to be careful when you’re online.

Your Consent
Except from what is planned below, won’t sell, won’t forward and won’t communicate your personal information to third parties without your consent. Some information may be communicated to third parties with the only goal to process your order or to take necessary information to ship what you ordered or to deal with your complaints or requests. can also communicate your personal information to third parties organizing contests, promotions or online activities on its behalf. In addition, must provide your personal information in response to a search warrant or other valid statutory investigation or order, or to an investigative body in the event of a breach of contract or breach of the law or otherwise required by law. may also communicate your personal information to help it recover a debt you owe to it.

Third Party Services
To personalize your experience on and simplify the subscription process, we offer you the possibility to access or interact with third-party services, such as Facebook and Twitter. When you connect to through these third-party services, we may share information about you with providers of such services, and they may in turn provide us with information about you. When you allow us to have access to your personal information through third-party services to create a Site Profile, we may use this personal information for a number of purposes, including: – Create automatic link in our system. For example, if you get connected to our website through a service that includes a public friend list, such as Twitter, we could check if some of your followers are also members of If we find a match, we would copy your Twitter’s relation with its members allowing them to be your followers, subscribers or friends on our Website. – Suggest relationships. For example, if you sign in with a service that has a private contact list (such as Google and Yahoo), we check who is a member of the Site from your contacts and suggest you become a fan of those users. This process is not automatic: you must choose to become a fan of the suggested users. – Fill out a list of possible friends you could send emails to. When users send content to their friends using, for example, the friend-to-friend tool of the Website, we may use third-party service friend lists to create a list of contacts to whom you could send emails. – Fill out a list of possible friends you could send emails about specific services to. For example, we could be using the third-party friends list to create a list of contacts to whom you could send an invitation to watch an interactive presentation.-Improve and personalize your experience of the Website. When you get connected to our Website through a third-party service, we could have access to some information about your account, as your profile picture, popular news on your feed, what your friends say about some articles or certain publications in order to improve and personalize your experience on

Guidelines for Children
We don’t deliberately collect personal information about a child under 13 years old. If we learn that we have collected personal information about a child under 13 years old without verifiable parental consent, we will remove that information from our database as soon as possible. If you think that we may have collected information about a child under 13 years old, please get in touch with us.

Changes to the Privacy Policy
We may update this Privacy Policy at any time to reflect changes to our practices and service offerings. If you continue using after any changes, it means you agree with the new privacy policy and you accept it. If you disagree with those modifications, you should stop using immediately.How to Communicate With Lecoupdegrace.caIf you don’t want to receive any emails from, please change your preferences of communication on the Website or click on the “Contact” section and please send us an email with the subject “Unsubscribe”. If you want to edit or update your personal information contained in your client registry or withdraw your consent for the compilation, use or exposure of your personal information, or for any request, please contact us in the “Contact” section.

The Cookies
We use cookies in order to improve your user experience and in order to offer you more personalized and better content.A cookie (Ensuing “The cookie” is a text file that can be saved in a terminal (computer, tablet, smartphone) when viewing a Service with a browser software). Cookie allows its issuer, during its period of validity, to recognize the relevant terminal each time the terminal accesses digital content containing Cookies from the same issuer. The user is informed when he gets connected to Website or Apps and during the utilization of its services, cookies are installed on its receptive terminal (computer, tablet, smartphone, etc.) for the proper functionality of the Services, or on its browser subject to the choice of the user regarding cookies, this choice can be modified at any time. 1) WHAT IS THE PURPOSE OF COOKIES? In order to inform the best way possible the user about cookies, we should separate cookies in 6 parts: (a) Site Navigation Cookies and Application (b) Audience Cookies (c) Advertising Cookies (d) Behavioral Targeting Cookies (e) Social Networking Cookies (f) Cookies “Flash” © of “Adobe Flash Player” ™.

Site Navigation Cookies and Application:
Navigation cookies are used to improve the services’ performances in order to provide the user a better use of the Website and Application. Those cookies don’t require information and the consent of the user to be dropped on the user’s terminal.More specifically those navigation cookies allow : – To adapt the presentation of the Site and the Application to the display preferences of the terminal (language used, display resolution, operating systems used, etc.) during the visits of the Users on the Site and the Application, according to the hardware and software for viewing or reading that the terminal includes; – To memorize information about the form the User has completed on the Site and the Application or to information the User has chosen on the Site or the Application; To offer the User access to his account or to any other reserved area thanks to his identifiers; – To implement security measures, for example when the User is asked to connect again to content or a Service after a certain elapsed time.

Audience Cookies:
The Audience Measurement Cookies help to establish statistics and volumes of use and use of the various components of the Site and Application (headings and content visited, routes), allowing the Publisher to improve the interest and the ergonomics of the Services.

Advertising Cookies:
Advertising cookies allow to determine in real time which ad to display depending on the latest navigation of the user on the Website or theApplication in order to limit the number of times the User has seen an advertisement and to help measure the efficiency of an advertising campaign.

Behavioral Targeting Cookies
Behavioral targeting Cookies help to identify what information on the Website and Application could interest the User the most and help to contribute improving its navigation by making it more interesting.As the user has given to the Editor data concerning him/her, in particular by his/her subscription to the Services, the Publisher may, subject to the User’s choice, associate navigation information processed by the Cookies the Publisher issues, with the User’s Data in order to address it, for example, electronic surveys or display on its terminal, within advertising spaces containing Cookies, personalized advertisements. The user may, at any time, ask to no longer receive advertisements or surveys adapted to the navigation information of his/her terminal, by contacting the Publisher directly and free of charge, or by means of the unsubscription link included in any survey the Publisher will be able to send him/her by e-mail. If the user chooses to reject behavioral advertising, this does not mean he will no longer receive advertising on the Internet. It only means the advertising that will appear on the Site or Application will no longer correspond to his/her interests or preferences on the web browser used by the User. Assuming the Publisher may want to get from a third party the user navigation’s information that the Publisher could associate with the Data provided by the User, the Publisher will seek prior explicit consent before proceeding to such an association and to send him/her advertisements or targeted surveys. The explicit agreement will be to tick a box proposed on the Services to which it is inscribed as follows “I wish to see or receive advertisements adapted to my navigation found by partners of”.

Social Networking Cookies
The Publisher offers the possibility to its users to share editorial content and any other kind of content published on the Website, on the social network. Social networking cookies are managed by the Publisher of the social network’s Website. The User is invited to read the management policy for Social Network Cookies on the sites concerned. 2) HOW THE USER CAN MANAGE COOKIES? The user is advised that Publisher’s partners and other third parties could use cookies on the Website. Only the issuer of a Cookie may read or modify the information contained and the Publisher has no access or control over Cookies that third parties may use. The transmission and use of Cookies by third parties are governed by their own privacy policy in addition of provisions of this Policy. Therefore, the User is invited to read the policies of third parties for more information about Cookies they save and how the User can manage them.

The Agreement on Cookies The User is supposed to have given his/her consent:

  • By clicking on the “X” icon or the “ I Understand” button on the information banner visible when he/she first connects to the Site
  • By carrying on its navigation, meaning when the User clicked on a Website’s function (picture, link, “search” icon) or when he went to another Site’s page If the User accepts through his browser the registration of cookies in his terminal, then the Cookies embedded in the pages or content he has consulted may be stored temporarily in a dedicated area of his terminal. They will be readable only by their transmitter.

The permission given by the User is applicable for thirteen (13) months starting from the first deposit in the User’s terminal, after he/she consented.

The refusal of Cookies If the User denies the saving of cookies on his terminal or if he/she deletes the recorded ones, the User is informed that his/her experience on the Website or Application may be limited. This could be the case when the Publisher or one of his providers couldn’t recognize, for technical issues, the browser used, language settings or the country from which the terminal is connected to the Internet. If applicable, the Publisher declines all responsibility for the consequences related to the deterioration of the Services resulting from (i) the refusal of Cookies by the User (ii) the impossibility for the Publisher to register or consult Cookies necessary for their operation because of the choice of the User.

Configuration of the Browser

The User can set his/her browser so that Cookies are saved in the terminal or rejected, either systematically or according to its issuer. The User can also configure his/her browser so that the acceptance or rejection of Cookies are proposed to him/her punctually, before a Cookie is likely to be registered in his terminal. For the management of Cookies and the choices of the User, the configuration of each browser is different. It is described in the browser’s help menu, which will show you how to change your Cookies’ settings:

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For Opera™: any time the user can change his/her choices regarding Cookies. THE USER’S CHOICES EXPRESSED ONLINE YOUR CHOICE VIA OUR DEVICES OF OPT-IN/OPT-OUT AND THOSE OF OUR PARTNERS Some Cookies we issue are provided by third-parties. To find out more about their practices and to make your choice regarding these Cookies, you can click on the following links:

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