By using this site, the user acknowledges having read, understood and accepted the conditions and liability limits described in these sections. The present section provides information on the conditions and liability limits pertaining to:
All content published on this site or otherwise accessible herefrom is protected by copyright. The content published on this site and the copyrights on the content belong to or are under the control of the Régie des installations olympiques (RIO) or its content providers.
Any use, reproduction, broadcast, publication or retransmission of the content, in whole or in part, is strictly prohibited without the prior written authorization of the RIO or of the copyright holder.
The names of the products, services and companies as well as the photos and logos mentioned on the rio.gouv.qc.ca site may be trademarks, registered by their respective owners or not, and protected accordingly.
The use of any trademark appearing on this site is therefore prohibited without the prior written authorization of the RIO or of the trademark holder.
For any information or authorization concerning copyrights, write to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Using the Olympic Park image
The Olympic Park logo may not be reproduced without prior consent.
Any person, organization or advertising agency wishing to use any logo, photograph, image or graphic representation whatsoever of the Olympic Stadium must obtain the prior written consent of the Communications Department by contacting:
Me Denis Privé
Régie des installations olympiques
Secrétaire général et Vice-président des Affaires juridiques et corporatives
4141 avenue Pierre-De Coubertin
Montréal (Québec) H1V 3N7
Phone: 514 252-4141 ou 1 877 997-0919
Fax: 514 252-0372
Should prior consent not be obtained for the use of such representations, the Legal Affairs Department of the Régie des installations olympiques may take all necessary recourse against the individual, organization, advertiser or advertising agency concerned.
Links to other sites
The RIO site makes available to its users links to other sites created by third parties. The RIO does not manage or control the content of said sites, nor does it and endorse or approve or provide any guarantee whatsoever in respect of the sites accessible from this site. The RIO is not in any way responsible for the content and practices of said sites.
A user or a business may establish hyperlinks from its site to that of the RIO. The RIO requests, however, that it be notified thereof at email@example.com. Unless otherwise agreed, said hyperlink shall in no way imply that the RIO is associated with the Web site to which the link is established, nor that it approves or endorses the content thereof. The RIO reserves the right to demand at any time the removal of a hyperlink to a site. If a user wants a hyperlink from the RIO site to its site, it must make a request to this effect to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Other conditions of use
The RIO shall under no circumstances, save gross negligence, be held liable for any loss or damages that may be directly or indirectly related to delays inherent in the use of this site, reliability of the data available hereon, inability to use the site, and involuntary infection with a virus at the user’s point of entry.
The user promises to indemnify the RIO and hold it harmless for and against all damages, costs and expenses, including reasonable lawyer’s fees, relating to any violation of the present conditions committed either by itself or by the users of its account, in connection with the use of this site or the broadcast or communication of any infraction or other elements on this site by itself or by the users of its account.
The RIO reserves the right at any time and at its sole discretion to modify the general conditions of use of its site as established herein. It is incumbent upon the users to take cognizance of any possible changes, without prior notice from the RIO.
The RIO site is published from Québec, Canada. The present agreement is governed by the laws of the province of Québec and by the Canadian laws applicable in said province and must be interpreted in accordance therewith.