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Using the CISIIP website

Welcome to the Canadian Institute of Social Inclusion for Immigrant Parents (hereinafter called “CISIIP”). Your use of our website indicates your agreement with the following terms of use. If you do not accept these terms, please leave the site.


The CISIIP is committed to ensuring the protection of your personal data through responsible personal information practices. We endeavour to protect the privacy of your personal information. Given that we obtain information about you through our website, we feel it is important that you understand the manner in which we gather and use this information. This section summarizes our privacy policy and practices and presents the terms for using the CISIIP website.

Using the CISIIP website

Any reproduction of the CISIIP's website, in whole or in part, by whatsoever process, unless with the expressed authorization of the CISIIP, is strictly forbidden.


The content of this website, including but not limited to the multimedia content and the source code, with the exception of those related to trading partners, are the exclusive property of CISIIP. Copyright and intellectual property laws and international treaties protect such content.


Despite the care and attention paid to this website and its content, the CISIIP assumes no responsibility for the validity, reliability and accuracy of the information it contains. The CISIIP shall not be liable for damages of any nature caused directly or indirectly by the use of this website and/or by the information and/or opinions it contains. The CISIIP also disclaims all liability for damages of any nature that may be a consequence of the impossibility, temporary or permanent, to access its website and/or the information it contains.

The CISIIP also disclaims all liability regarding the content of external sites accessible through its website via hyperlinks. Moreover, the CISIIP cannot be held accountable for the content on its partners’, suppliers’ and members’ websites with which it transacts.

Collecting Personal Information

To better serve you, we may collect your personal information through forms and through the interactivity established between you and our website. Rest assured that no information is collected without your consent. When you decide to fill a form or to share personal information in another way to the CISIIP, you agree that the CISIIP uses your information for its own purposes. It is understood that the information provided may be transmitted among the staff of the CISIIP, the General Management Team, the Executive Committee and the Board of Directors.


If you have authorized us, we can use your personal information to send you emails or other informative material, in any form, in order to provide you with the best customer service.


At any time, a message’s sender, on behalf of the CISIIP, may be easily identified and reached by email or telephone.


Under no circumstances do we share your personal information with other third parties or organizations without your consent, including public bodies, corporate entities or individuals, except as authorized by law or if the CISIIP is forced by order of the Court

Withdrawal and Opposition Right

We are committed to offer you withdrawal and opposition right in regards to your personal information. The opposition right is the possibility offered to the Internet user to refuse that their personal information is used to certain ends mentioned herein or during the collecting of this information.

The withdrawal right is the possibility offered to the Internet user to ask that their personal information be removed from a mailing list, for example.


To exercise these rights, please contact us:

Canadian Institute of Social Inclusion for Immigrant Parents

Montreal (Quebec)

Telephone: 438 924-1204


Cookie Files

We collect certain information for statistical purposes through cookie files, mainly the following information: IP address, operating system, pages visited, and date and time of access.


The CISIIP remains concerned about Internet transaction security issues and personal information confidentiality. The personal information we collect is kept in a secure environment. Our personnel is required to respect the confidentiality of your information.


Also, the CISIIP guarantees that all measures which comply with the strictest security standards have been taken to prevent your credit card information from being read, intercepted or otherwise used by unauthorized third parties when you register with the CISIIP or sign up for activities offered via the CISIIP's website, and that only information strictly necessary to obtain authorization from the issuer of your credit card will be shared. We commit to maintaining a high degree of confidentiality by integrating, when possible, the latest technological innovations to ensure the confidentiality of your transactions. However, since no security systems are infallible, there is always some degree of risk associated with the use of the Internet when transmitting personal information.


The CISIIP also guarantees that no personal information about you will be disclosed to anyone, for any reason whatsoever, without your prior consent, except as authorized by law or by order of the Court.

Other Websites​

The CISIIP's website proposes hyperlinks to other websites. By clicking on these links, you will leave The CISIIP in no way controls or endorses these sites or approves of these sites and cannot be held responsible for their content or practices, particularly with regard to the protection of personal information and privacy.


The name “Canadian Institute of Social Inclusion for Immigrant Parents” and its associated logo, product and service names, designs, brands and slogans cannot be used for any commercial purposes without the JCCM’s prior written consent.

Privacy Questions

If you have any questions or concerns about the CISIIP privacy policy or the processing of personal data, please contact us at


The CISIIP may, in its sole discretion, update or edit its privacy policy. If so, the CISIIP will also revise the “last updated” date at the bottom of this page.

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