All visitors to the Coalition Sida des Sourds du Québec (CSSQ) website should take note of the following terms and conditions. By accessing the CSSQ website, you agree to be bound by the terms specified in this Legal notice. The CSSQ reserves the right to modify these terms at any time.
All information contained in this website, in any format (text, images, videos, PDF, Word or other file formats), is the property of the CSSQ. No information or material contained in this website may be reproduced, in whole or in part, without the express written consent of the CSSQ – unless it is for personal use only. The information contained in this website is protected by Canadian copyright laws and if applicable, by international copyright laws as well. The CSSQ logo is protected by copyright. Any use of the logo without the express written consent of the CSSQ is strictly forbidden.
Accuracy and changes
All information provided on this website (in written English or French or adapted into American Sign Language or Langue des signes québécoise) is believed to be accurate and reliable at the time it is posted. Any alteration or modification of the information provided on this website, in any way, shape or form, is strictly prohibited.
The CSSQ reserves the right to modify, add or remove content from this website, without prior notice, at any time.
Links to external websites are provided for informational purposes only. The CSSQ makes no warranty, express or implied, with respect to the completeness or accuracy of information obtained through links to external websites. Responsibility for the content of external websites lies solely with the provider of such content.
Health and prevention information
The CSSQ offers information on health and prevention (HIV/AIDS, STBBI, medications, etc.) to the Deaf and Hard of hearing community. In spite of its best efforts, the CSSQ cannot guarantee that all the information included herein is exhaustive and reliable. The content contained in this website is not intended to replace a consultation with a health care professional.
If you have any health-related questions or concerns, or if you wish to obtain more information on prevention or other topics, please contact the CSSQ consultant or your physician.