Vive Le Canada FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)


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Question

·  Does my Vive membership entitle me to membership on Canadaka.net ?
·  How do I become a member of Vive le Canada.ca?
·  How do I know what actions moderators have taken to deal with unacceptable content?
·  What are Vive's Conditions of Use?
·  What does Vive consider unacceptable content?
·  What is the Vive Code of Conduct?
·  What is Vive's Copyright Policy?
·  What is Vive's policy on hacking?
·  What is Vive's Privacy Policy?

Answer

What is Vive's policy on hacking?


See: www.vivelecanada.ca/content/page/15-policy-on-hacking


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What is Vive's Privacy Policy?


See: www.vivelecanada.ca/content/page/3-privacy-policy


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What is Vive's Copyright Policy?


See: www.vivelecanada.ca/content/page/4-copyright-policy



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How do I become a member of Vive le Canada.ca?


To become a member of Vive le Canada.ca you simply need to fill out the online form to create a FREE user account.



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Does my Vive membership entitle me to membership on Canadaka.net ?


Yes.  Vive le Canada.ca currently has a partnership in place with Canada Kicks Ass (Canadaka.net).  Your username/password should work on both sites.

If you were already a CKA member before we merged our accounts in early 2008, and you had an account on both sites but the username was slightly different, they were not merged. If you contact Trevor May he can manually merge them, so you can get all your posts from both sites attached to your profile.  His email is: admin@canadaka.net.



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What are Vive's Conditions of Use?


The following information is also available at:  www.vivelecanada.ca/content/page/10-conditions-of-use
Vivelecanada.ca and its affiliates provide their services to you subject to the following conditions. If you visit Vivelecanada.ca, you accept these conditions. Please read them carefully.


ACCEPTABLE CONTENT
For details on what you MAY NOT post, read the FAQ entry on unacceptable content.

PRIVACY
Please read our Privacy Policy, which also governs your visit to Vivelecanada.ca, to understand our practices.

COPYRIGHT
Please read our Copyright Policy, which also governs your visit to Vivelecanada.ca, to understand our practices.

YOUR ACCOUNT
If you use this site, you are responsible for maintaining the confidentiality of your account and password and for restricting access to your computer, and you agree to accept responsibility for all activities that occur under your account or password. Vivelecanada.ca and its affiliates reserve the right to refuse service, terminate accounts, remove or edit content in their sole discretion.

APPLICABLE LAW
By visiting vivelecanada.ca, you agree that the laws of the province of Alberta (Canada), without regard to principles of conflict of laws, will govern these Conditions of Use and any dispute of any sort that might arise between you and vivelecanada.ca or its affiliates.  You consent to exclusive jurisdiction and venue in Peace River, Alberta (Canada).

SITE POLICIES, MODIFICATION, AND SEVERABILITY
Please review our other policies, such as our Code of Conduct, as posted on this site. These policies also govern your visit to Vivelecanada.ca. We reserve the right to make changes to our site, policies, and these Conditions of Use at any time. If any of these conditions shall be deemed invalid, void, or for any reason unenforceable, that condition shall be deemed severable and shall not affect the validity and enforceability of any remaining condition.



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What does Vive consider unacceptable content?


Posts to this website must not contain any unacceptable content. Any unacceptable content will be deleted by our moderators, and action may be taken to suspend or deactivate the account of any member who posts unacceptable content, depending on the severity of the case.

Unacceptable content is:

- any content which contravenes our Code of Conduct/Commitment to fair treatment
- hate speech as defined by the Canadian Government (this includes anything directed at Americans)
- death threats to any individual or group, even if you claim it is a joke
- slogans or symbols from a hate group like the Heritage Front, KKK or Nazis, even if you claim it is a joke
- racial slurs, of any description
- copyright infringement, including full reposting of articles without express permission from the author(s)
- personal attacks or libellous statements
- advertisements and/or spam
- duplicate posts

Vive le Canada.ca also considers any and all materials written by the following well-known Canadian white supremacists and/or the groups and/or websites they represent and anyone associated with the groups and/or websites they represent as unacceptable content:
Ernst Zundel
Wolfgang Droege
George Burdi
Marc Lemire
Paul Fromm
Melissa Guille
Gerry Lincoln
James Scott Dawson
Grant Bristow
Don Andrews
James Keegstra
Ron Gostick
Malcolm Ross
Doug Collins

Remember that you are posting here as a guest, and all we ask is that you show proper respect to everyone else and act like a reasonable adult. Vive le Canada.ca is also bound by Canadian laws against posting hate, and will moderate to prevent contravention of those laws.
Note: Also see Vive's Code of Conduct







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What is the Vive Code of Conduct?


The following information is also available at: www.vivelecanada.ca/content/page/13-code-of-conduct
All Vive members and posters are expected to follow our Code of Conduct, which is as follows:

Commitment to Fair Treatment
Article 47 of our by-laws

All members shall commit, without exception, to the following principles:

a.fair and democratic decision-making;
b.reasoned and productive dialogue, even in cases of conflict;
c.not to permit speech or materials that promote racism or hate against any individual or group
d.not to stereotype or discriminate against individuals or groups based on race, colour, ethnic or national origin, sex, pregnancy, sexual orientation, civil status, age, religion, language, handicap or the use of a means to palliate a handicap.

Any members who contravene this code of conduct may be subject to a temporary or even permanent suspension of membership (depending on the severity of the case) and be banned from the site at the discretion of site owners and moderators. 

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How do I know what actions moderators have taken to deal with unacceptable content?

Our moderators will post a report of any moderation actions, such as deleting an article, locking or deleting a forum thread, suspending or deactivating a user account, etc. to our Moderation forum. Users who post unacceptable content will also generally be notified of actions taken either via email or through private message (PM) on the site.

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