Privacy Policy


Personal information collected by iMotion is processed in accordance with the Act respecting access to documents held by public bodies and the protection of personal information. This Act enacts the principles to be respected when collecting, using, communicating with or without consent, retaining and destroying personal information, while implementing appropriate security measures based on the nature and quantity of the information.

Information is communicated to other public bodies only if it is required for them to carry out their mission, with the consent of the individual, or if disclosure is required by law, according to the legal framework provided. The government does not use it to draw up usage profiles.

Law 25 - New provisions to protect privacy

The Act to modernize legislative provisions respecting the protection of personal information introduces major changes to the Act respecting the protection of personal information in the private sector (Private Sector Act). This reform modernizes the rules protecting personal information in Quebec, so that they are better adapted to the new challenges posed by today's digital and technological environment. iMotion complies with and is committed to respecting these new measures.

iMotion's Privacy Officer :
Benoit Côté, Director of Operations
514 337-0008

Surfing our website

Our website contains links to external sites. We are not responsible for the content of those sites, nor for their privacy-related practices.

Cookies and website metering

Our website uses Google Analytics for website metering and reporting website traffic. Google Analytics uses cookies to collect information on your browsing on some or all of the pages of the website.
The information is used for statistical purposes to enhance your experience and includes:

• your computer’s truncated IP address (your IP address is modified to protect the user);
• your Internet service provider;
• your operating system, such as Mac OS or Windows; 
• the type and model of the device, e.g., iPhone 11;
• the device’s screen resolution;
• the type, language, version, and other data pertaining to the browser, such as Chrome or Safari;
• the region or municipality, determined according to the IP address;
• the domain name of the previously visited website, e.g.,;
• the point of origin, such as a banner, email, or social network;
• the pages consulted on Qué (the consultation sequence, interactions on the page, the date, the time, and the duration and frequency of your visits and activities, such as clicks, scrolling, and so on.

You can configure your browser to block cookies but doing so might affect your browsing experience.

Google Analytics

Google Analytics is a Web analysis service that provides statistics and basic analytical tools. The data facilitates search engine optimization (SEO). The information is mainly stored in the United States. Google can communicate it to third parties in the event that it is legally obliged to do so, or when it is processed on their behalf. The information is also shared on the Google Ads and Google Search Console of

Google advertising cookies are also used to collect demographic information and information on net surfers’ areas of interest. The information cannot be linked to an individual. Google will never link the information collected with any other data or information that it preserves.

To obtain additional information on the information that Google collects and how it is used, consult Google Privacy & Terms

If you so desire, you can prevent Google from recording information pertaining to your navigation by installing on your computer the Google Analytics Opt-out Browser Add-on. You can use a private browser or incognito mode on your cell phone.