Types of information received

Legault Group collects two types of information on Users: personal information and non-personal information.

This information is collected notably when the User :

Collecting personal information on the Web site

Legault Group may collect personal information on Users when doing so relates to the use of the Web site.

‘‘Personal information’’ is information which identifies physical persons, such as their name, contact information, address, email, telephone number, etc. Legault Group collects personal information when Users agree to provide it upon subscribing with Legault Group, notably when they decide to subscribe to a newsletter or when submitting a request via the Web site. Legault Group may also receive personal information on its commercial partners or other third parties, on the condition that these third parties confirm that the User authorized them to share this information.

Using personal information

Legault Group treats the personal information of all persons it interacts with seriously. Legault Group strictly limits the collecting of personal information to that required for conducting business.

Only the person authorized by Legault Group has access to personal information. These employees are informed by Legault Group of their obligation to keep this personal information confidential.

Legault Group can use the personal information collected on the Web site for the following purposes:

Saving personal information

LLegault Group saves the personal information it collects as long as it is deemed necessary for conducting business.

Communicating personal information

LLegault Group agrees not to render public, sell, rent or share personal information to any party.  
Legault Group will only communicate personal information to a third party in the following circumstances :

Security of personal information

Legault Group takes the security and protection of personal information seriously. Legault Group takes the technical, contractual and administrative measures and necessary materials for protecting personal information the User provides, including the encryption of a secure exchange (Secure Socket Layer – SSL) at 128 bits, when required. While it is impossible to guarantee full protection and that Legault Group cannot be held responsible in the event of theft, illegal use or unauthorized divulging, loss, alteration or destruction of the personal information by a third party, Legault Group has adopted rigorous methods with strict security standards to ensure the protection of personal information.

Employees of Legault Group who have access to this information may only use it in compliance with the principles set out in this Privacy Policy as well as in the applicable laws and regulations.

Access to personal information and modifications

The User may access their personal information for the purposes of consulting, updating or modifying it by communicating with Legault Group via our Contact Fom.

You can also contact Legault Group at the following address:
11200, rue Renaude-Lapointe
Montréal (Québec) H1J 2V7


Legault Group takes the necessary precautions to comply with applicable laws concerning privacy of minors. The content of the Web site is aimed at a general audience and not minors. Legault Group will therefore not seek to collect personal information from minors without the verified consent of the parental authority or otherwise according to what the law permits. If at any time you believe Legault Group is doing so, please let us know.

Collecting personal information

Regarding the use of its Web site, Legault Group may collect the personal information of its Users.  

“Non-personal information’’ is information such as Internet domain (for example, “”) and the Internet Protocol address (IP address) used to access the Web site, the date and time of visit, the pages visited, the type and version of web browser or the operating system used by a User as well as the web site the User just accessed and which they will access. General information, such as demographic statistics about the Users, number of visits and average time spent using the Web site are also considered non-personal information.

Legault Group collects and obtains non-personal information regarding the use of its Web site. For example, when a User chooses to visit the Web site, the servers may automatically collect non-personal information provided via a web browser or stored in a cookie, or in another digital format.

Using non-personal information

Le Groupe Legault utilise les renseignements non personnels pour faire un suivi de l’utilisation du Site I

Legault Group uses non-personal information for following up on a visit to the Web site and for improving use, performing statistical analyses on the overall characteristics and habits of Users, measuring the demographic variables and interests of Users relating to specific products and services, describing these products or services to a third party and potential business partners, and determining how and where the application of Legault Group resources can be used most effectively. No personal information is divulged regarding these activities.

This non-personal information is necessary in order for Legault Group to collect the personal information required for counting the number of visitors, most visited pages, technology used by the customers of the Web site, sourcing sites and Users’ home countries.

Cookies are fragments of information sent through the User’s computer when they consult a web site. They are recorded, temporarily or permanently, on hard drives, therefore leaving a record of the visit. This information can include such things as the date and time of the User’s last visit. Cookies can also improve the online experience by recording browser preferences for a particular web site.

Cookies folders saved on the hard drive are inoffensive and can be read and deleted at any time. As such, the User has total control. This information regards the total number of visitors to a Web site as well as the duration of these visits. When the User consults a Web site, a cookie is created and saved on their computer, which allows Legault Group to “recognize’’ a User each time they consult the Web site.

A number of important sites use cookies. Most browsers are programmed at the start to accept them. If the User prefers, they can modify the settings of the browser so that they can be informed the moment a cookie is received or they refuse to receive them. While the User is not obliged to accept these cookies, a number of functionalities of the Web site may not work properly if the browser is set to refuse them.

Hyperlinks to Third Party Sites

LThe Web site may contain hyperlinks leading to Third Party Sites (‘‘Third Party Sites”) which will force the User to leave the Web site. Legault Group provides these hyperlinks for convenience purposes. Third Party Sites are not under the control of Legault Group and thus have no control on the practices regarding the privacy and confidentiality of Third Party Sites. As a result, all confidential or personal information transmitted via a Third Party Site is subject to the privacy policy of these Third Party Sites. It is the responsibility of the User to be informed in order to ensure the protection of information concerning them.

Questions, comments or suggestions

For any questions, comments or suggestions about the present Privacy Policy or on the Legault Group’s privacy practices which have not been addressed in the present Privacy Policy, you can communicate with Legault Group via our Contact Fom.