Privacy policy


Welcome to the site of the Faculty of Agriculture and Food Sciences (FSAA) at Université Laval. In this section, you will find the terms of use that govern our online communications. Please take a moment to review these terms which ensure optimal website performance. 

Acceptance and modifications to the terms of use

Using this site implies that you accept the terms of use described on this page. These terms of use may be modified at any time. We therefore recommend reviewing them on a regular basis.

Personal use

This site has been made available to internet users exclusively for personal and non-commercial use.

Links to other websites

This site includes links to other websites. To the extent that the FSAA cannot control these sites, it does not accept responsibility in regards to the exactness and completeness of content, advertisements, products, services or any other material available on or from these websites. In addition, the FSAA may not be held responsible for any damage or loss that may result from the use of other sites.

Accuracy of information

We make every effort possible to ensure that our content is accurate, up to date and reliable and we regularly review these pages.

However, errors may occur or certain recent modifications may not be found. If you notice errors on our pages, please notify us.

Exclusion of liability

The content on this website is provided for information purposes only. We may not be held responsible for the consequences of using the information contained on this site. In addition, this site provides links to partner sites. Please review the personal information privacy policy for these websites.

Intellectual property

All content published on this website, including text, photographs, illustrations, graphics, logos, names, audio extracts or video, is protected by national and international laws concerning the protection of intellectual property, including copyrights. All rights, titles and interests regarding content are the property of the Department of Continuing Education.

Copying, publishing, reproducing, distributing, disseminating or modifying information, or making information available to the public, in whole or in part is strictly prohibited. Any other usage of content contained on this website without prior written authorization may expose the offender to legal penalties. 

Security and confidentiality

The documents presented on this website were produced or compiled by the FSAA to provide users with direct access to the information they contain.

The documents presented on this site are protected by the Copyright Act, by Canadian laws, policies and regulations, international agreements and Université Laval regulations and policies.

Documents from this site or any other website that belongs to or is operated by the FSAA, or a website which is subject to a licence or managed by the FSAA, may not be copied, reproduced, republished, downloaded, displayed, sent or distributed in any way whatsoever, with the exception of the downloading of a single copy of the content onto a single computer for personal use, subject to the preservation of any copyright and other notices of exclusivity.

The FSAA prohibits the reproduction of any document obtained from its website for the purpose of publication on another website, except if written authorization from the FSAA has been given for such purposes. Creating one or any hyperlinks on a website that incorporates information that has been copied from the FSAA website, and which gives the impression that the information does not belong to the FSAA website, is prohibited.

The FSAA uses a protection system that manages its electronic and digital communications. However, the FSAA is in no way responsible for the potential transmission of computer viruses in any way whatsoever. Exploration of the site and the downloading of documents and images from the site are entirely at the user's risk.

While the FSAA takes the necessary measures to ensure security of the website, it is not responsible for any damage caused to the user or a third party as a result of using the site. 


Cookies are text files that are saved onto the hard drive of the user's computer. These files are harmless. The FSAA uses cookies for two reasons:

  1. To analyze visits to its different websites, the FSAA uses Google Analytics software. Google Analytics uses cookies to record visitor behaviours, such as the number of visits to the site, the user flow and the duration of the visit. Cookies are never used to identify visitors. The information is used strictly for statistical purposes.
  2. To analyze its electronic communication tools, the University uses a combination of tools to obtain statistics about online behaviour. The data remains completely anonymous and is used solely to improve the FSAA site according to its visitors’ needs.

Contact us

For questions, comments and/or complaints, please contact us at the following address:


Pavillon Paul-Comtois
2425 Agriculture street, office 1122
Québec (Québec) G1V 0A6 Canada

418 656-3145
1 877 606-1122 poste 403145