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General Disclaimer of Liability

The EIRB relies upon common law and statutory protection against liability applicable to a public regulatory authority. The User acknowledges that the receipt of information from third parties is part of the EIRB’s mandate. EIRB does not verify the accuracy, currency or completeness of this information before it is uploaded to the EIRB website. Information provided on or through the EIRB website is on an “as is” and “as available” basis. Reliance on the information provided on this website is taken at the sole risk of the User and the EIRB assumes no responsibility for errors or omissions in any of the information contained on the EIRB website. The EIRB specifically disclaims any express or implied warranties related to the use of this website and its contents.

The EIRB website, or files or third-party websites linked thereto, may contain errors, out of date information, bugs, viruses or other limitations. The EIRB disclaims responsibility or liability for any damages caused by viruses resulting from access to the EIRB website.

The USER agrees to indemnify, defend and hold the EIRB and its affiliates, licensors, content and service providers, participating publishers, authors, dealers, and suppliers harmless from any liability, loss, claim, and/or expense, including lawyer’s fees and expenses, related to the USER’s use of the EIRB website, services or content provided through the website. The terms and conditions upon which the User may access and use this website are governed by the laws of the Northwest Territories and Canada that apply to the EIRB. The EIRB will not be deemed to have submitted to be bound by laws or otherwise submit to the jurisdiction of any Court or tribunal outside of the Northwest Territories as a result of anyone accessing this website from a location outside the Northwest Territories.

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The EIRB website contains links to other Internet sites. Such links are not endorsements of any products or services in such sites, and no information in such site has been endorsed or approved by The EIRB.

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All material on webpages under the domain, unless otherwise stated, are the property of the EIRB. All remarks, suggestions, ideas, graphics, or other information communicated to the EIRB through this site (collectively, the “Submission”) will forever be the property of the EIRB. The material is protected by copyright and trademark laws.

The EIRB will not be required to treat any Submission as confidential and will not be liable for any further use or disclosure of any Submission. The EIRB will be entitled to use the Submission for any commercial or other purpose whatsoever, without compensation to the User or any other person relating to the Submission. The User acknowledges that the User is responsible for whatever material submitted through the EIRB website, and the User, not the EIRB, has full responsibility for the message, including its legality, reliability, appropriateness, originality, and copyright.

Information received through the EIRB website may be displayed, reformatted, and printed for personal, non-commercial use only. The User may not reproduce or retransmit the materials, in whole or in part, in any manner, without the prior written consent of the EIRB, with the following exception only: Users may make single copies of the materials available through the EIRB website, solely for individual, non-commercial use, and only where any copyright or other notices contained in or associated with them is preserved. The User may not distribute such copies to others, whether or not in electronic form, whether or not for a charge or other consideration, without prior written consent of the owner of the materials.

Privacy Policy

The EIRB respects the privacy of everyone who visits the EIRB website. This section explains the way the EIRB manages the information the User shares with the EIRB through their use of the EIRB website.

When the User submits personal data through the EIRB website, the User gives the EIRB permission disclose that data in accordance with this Privacy Policy. The EIRB may permit disclosure of personal and any other data provided to it in the course of the EIRB carrying out its day-to-day operations. Personal data may be disclosed to third parties, including but not limited to, consultants, suppliers, or business partners of the EIRB with the understanding that the personal data be handled in accordance with this Privacy Policy and used to the extent needed to carry out their respective operations.

If the User desires that the EIRB limit the disclosure of the personal data, the USER must place that request in clearly and in writing prior to the submission. If personal data has already been submitted, the User may place a request, clearly and in writing, at a later date. The EIRB will consider such request and, if appropriate and consistent with privacy laws given the nature of the information and the EIRB’s role, make best efforts to limit the further disclosure of the personal data.

The EIRB may automatically collect non-personal information such as the type of Internet browsers the User uses or the website from which the User has accessed the EIRB website. The EIRB may also aggregate personal data submitted to the EIRB website (for example, age and residence). A person cannot be identified from this information and it is only used to assist the EIRB in providing an effective website-based service. The EIRB may from time to time supply this non-personal or aggregated data for uses in connection with this website.

The EIRB has implemented technology and policies with the objective of protecting the User’s privacy from unauthorized access and improper use and will update these measures as new technology becomes available, as appropriate.