About Consultation Québec
The users of the government’s public participation platform undertake to comply with the rules stipulated in the Netiquette section. The Québec government reserves the right to withdraw without further warning any content that does not satisfy such rules of use.
It is prohibited to use automatic systems, robots, or any other similar method such as devices, software, or automated requests to use the platform or collect or make use of the data found there. It is also prohibited to adopt measures that would unreasonably or excessively constrain the website’s infrastructure or that would be likely to adversely affect, or to attempt to do so, the government’s public consultation platform’s security or accessibility, for example, interference, computer viruses, overloading, attempted takeover, breach of security, or authentication measures.
Any fraudulent use of personal information can constitute a criminal offence. A complaint will be lodged with the police against any individual who uses the government’s public consultation platform to commit or to attempt to commit fraud.
The content of the public consultation platform is the property of the Québec government, which holds copyright on it. It is prohibited to copy, distribute, disseminate, modify, reproduce, and publish the contents of this website in any way whatsoever without the prior authorization of the Québec government. It is also prohibited to use any trademark that appears on the website without the written authorization of the Québec government.
The Québec government is implementing security measures to properly protect personal and confidential information. What is more, you are responsible for the personal information that you transmit through the website and for keeping your password confidential. The government cannot be held liable for unauthorized use of the data, which is beyond its control.
The Québec government has the right to reproduce and disseminate all the comments, contributions and proposals published or transmitted on the participation platform. The information thus disseminated will not include identification information, that is, the last and first names of the individual who formulated such information.
The Québec government cannot be held liable for losses or damage that you might sustain because of situations that are beyond its control.
The Québec government can temporarily interrupt access to part or all the public consultation platform without giving prior notice to this effect.
Access to and the use of the government’s public consultation platform are governed by applicable law in Québec. Any litigation pertaining to the use of the website will be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of Québec courts.