1. PERSONAL INFORMATION2. cookies3. pixels4. RETENTION AND DISCLOSURE OF INFORMATION5. important disclaimers6. how to reach us7. general provisions

Privacy Policy

This Privacy Policy is intended to inform you of how we use the information that may be collected from you through this website, on our social media platforms or by using our complementary WiFi connexion. We know you value your privacy, and we are committed to respecting the confidentiality of your Personal Information collected through these mediums.

1. PERSONAL INFORMATION

When you visit our website and our social media platforms (such as Instagram and Facebook), when you use our complementary WiFi access or by subscribing to our newsletter, certain personal information is communicated to us, such as your name, email address, phone number and other information (the “Personal Information”)either because you’ve chosen to publicly share your profile and the Personal information or because you consented to disclosing such Personal information to us by completing a form or questionnaire.

2. COOKIES

We also collect certain information by using cookies. Cookies are text files containing small amounts of information which allow our sites to recognize your device. They are downloaded to your device when you visit our website, if you agree to the site doing so. Cookies are then sent back to our website on each subsequent visit, or to another website that recognizes that cookie, unless they are deleted.

The type of information which is collected through cookies include :
a) the type of Internet browser software you use;
b) the type of computer operating system you are using;
c) your IP Address;
d) the pages you have browsed through our website; the dates you visited our website;
e) your activity on our website (i.e clicking, scrolling);
f) your browser language;
g) your region or municipality through your IP address;
h) the type of device you are using (phone, tablet or computer);
i) if you are a recurring client.

We use the data collected through the cookies for example, to populate statistics and determine the number of visits, average amount of time spent on our site, which pages were visited on our website, the point of entry on our website (banner, email, social network, print publication, advertiser’s website), the customer type (e.g., individual, group, organization), the customer category (e.g., residential, commercial) to optimize our website and any communication we do in our newsletters.

More specifically, we use the following categories of cookies, to collect information and to ensure that our website offers you the best experience.

a. STRICTLY NECESSARY COOKIES: These cookies ensure that you can move around the website and use its features.

b. FUNCTIONAL COOKIES: These cookies ensure that our website properly operates and permits to recognise the platform from which you access the site, and to provide enhanced and more personal features.

c. PERFORMANCE COOKIES: These cookies permit us to collect statistics from the use and volume of the website which helps us make the website more user friendly.

d. ADVERTISING COOKIES: We allow third parties to set cookies to determine your areas of interest and allow us to adapt our advertising messages based on your interests.

IMPORTANT – ALLOWING THE USE OF COOKIES IS YOUR PERSONAL CHOICE

You can block and/or refuse cookies on your internet browser, at anytime, by simply adjusting your preferences in your browsing settings. If your browser settings allow us to use cookies and you continue to use our site, we will assume that you consented to us using the information collected through cookies. The choice is yours and we will respect it. But you need to be aware that by refusing the use of all or some cookies our website and its features may not necessarily work in the same way or produce the same personalized experience.

You can find more information about cookies here:
https://bit.ly/priv-tech-gouv

3. Pixels

We use “Facebook Pixel” to track page views and create more targeting Facebook ads. We also use an email tracking pixel to be able to determine if the emails we sent have been opened. We use this data to determine which emails our clients find more interesting. The pixel is deleted when you delete the email. If you do not wish the pixel to share information with us, we invite you not to select or use the links that we send you.

4. RETENTION AND DISCLOSURE OF INFORMATION

a. Personal Information

The Personal Information communicated to us through your voluntary completion of forms will be retained and stored in our server in Canada as well as in our service provider’s servers that are located outside of Canada until you choose to unsubscribe as provided hereunder. Our employees and any other persons who may have access to your personal information are held to the highest ethical standards of confidentiality. We will only allow access to your Personal Information to our affiliated companies, any third-party working with us in relation to a contest or promotion, or and any person as required by law or if ordered to do so by a court of law.

b. Electronic Information (Cookies and Pixels)

IMPORTANT: Our service providers use cookies and pixels from, without limitation, Hotjar, Mailchimp, Google Tag Manager, ReCAPTCHA, Google Analytics, Google Maps and Facebook to collect data and populate statistics with the data collected. The information and the results of those statistics are stored by the service providers that may be located outside of Canada.

5. IMPORTANT DISCLAIMERS

a. OUTSIDE LINKS ON OUR SITE

Our website may contain links to other sites. Should you use these links, we do not guarantee the accuracy and integrity of the information contained in these sites and we are not responsible for the way in which your personal information may be collected, used and protected.

b. CHILDREN UNDER THE AGE OF 13

We do not aim or intend to collect, use or disclose Personal Information relating to children under the age of 13. However, we have no means of identifying the age of the user and therefore invite parents or guardians to instruct their children on the use of cookies and collection of Personal Information.

6. how to reach us

If you want to consult the Personal Information collected, to correct or change information we have collected, unsubscribe to our newsletter or if you have any comments or questions regarding this privacy policy, you can reach us in one of the following ways:

By mail
Quartier Royalmount Limited Partnership
by it’s general partner Roylamount GP inc. 
represented by it’s mandatary Carbonleo Real Estate Inc.
8500, Decarie Boulevard, 8th.
Town of Mount Royal (Québec) H4P 2N2.

By email
info@carbonleo.com

7. GENERAL PROVISIONS

This Privacy Policy may be modified from time to time at our sole discretion. The modifications shall be effective immediately upon posting on the website, without any notice to the user and by continuing to use our various medias, you are accepting the terms and conditions of those changes to our policy.
You may not transfer any of your rights under this Privacy Policy to any other person.

Should a provision of this Private Policy, in whole or in part, be deemed invalid, unenforceable, or illegal by a Canadian court of law, then such provision may be disregarded from this Private Policy, but the remainder of the Private Policy shall nonetheless be valid and enforceable in all regards.

The Private Policy shall be interpreted in accordance with the laws of Canada and any litigation shall be submitted to a court of the judicial district of Montréal.

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