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This website belongs to and is maintained by the Men's Resource Centre of Manitoba. For each Visitor to our website and its pages, our web server automatically records the Visitor's ip address and host DNS if applicable. Email addresses are collected and stored from Visitor's who: post messages to our bulletin board and/or communicate with us via direct message form(s) on the website or sent from personal email addresses. All information collected is kept private and is not resold to 3rd parties. The MRC website does not have cookies and we do not track cookie information from Visitors' web browsing sessions.
Visitors who provide their contact information via the MRC website such as postal address, telephone number or email address will only receive communications from MRC in regards the information that was initially requested via the media selected. Visitors who supply us with telephone numbers via the website will only receive telephone contact from us with regards to the information requested. If a Visitor wishes to know what information MRC currently has on file about them (including proprietary information), we ask the Visitor to email us with a Website Visitor Information Request. Similarly, Visitors can make this request by postal letter by addressing the request to the MRC postal address listed on the left side of this page.
Note about Ad Servers: the Men's Resource Centre of Manitoba does not partner with and/or have special relationships with any ad server companies.
All information is contained on servers that are secured in physical facilities designed to protect against the loss, misuse or alteration. If you feel that this site is not following its stated information policy, you may contact us at the postal and/or email address located to the left or via telephone.
The Men's Resource Centre is a program of The Laurel Centre that challenges constraining ideologies based on gender, and supports the role of men in creating a society based on the principles of fairness and reciprocity. Visitors found abusing staff and/or other persons using the MRC website will banned and/or reported to law enforcement. Abuse is defined as an act or acts that demean another person or group as dictated by the guidelines and principles of the MRC and the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms. No trolling, hacking, cyberbullying or other means of intimidation/threats/lewdness will be tolerated.
All images, logos, and content of the MRC's website are copyrighted material and may not be reproduced without the express written permission of the Executive Director of the MRC.