ASHUKAN’S Terms and Conditions
ASHUKAN creates, distributes and sells Training Material on various themes related to First Peoples. This website is intended for the user’s purchase and viewing of online training courses, for personal or professional use. The user acknowledges that he/she has individual access and agrees not to share the information that enables them to access the content to which they are entitled.
The training courses offered by ASHUKAN and any other content that may be downloaded from the ASHUKAN site are the property of M. Alexandre Bacon. They are protected under Intellectual Property and Copyright laws. The contents of this website are intended for personal and professional information and training purposes only. The User agrees not to exploit these contents for commercial purposes nor to reproduce, publish, distribute or transmit by any means all or part of the contents of this site in any form or medium whatsoever (paper, digital, electronic, audio), without the express written consent of ASHUKAN and Alexandre Bacon.
Limitation of Liability
ASHUKAN is a responsible and professional company that makes every reasonable effort to ensure that the content it publishes on this site is reliable, up-to-date and verified. However, ASHUKAN cannot be held liable for any damages resulting from errors, omissions or interpretations of the content it publishes on this site, nor for publications that Users may produce or generate on its site (e.g., blogs).
ASHUKAN shall not be liable for any damages (e.g., direct or indirect) for any loss or harm resulting from using its website. In the event of an error or omission noted by the User, the User is invited to notify the following address so that ASHUKAN can assess the need for rectification: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Applicable Law and Jurisdiction
Changes Without Notice
The Terms and Conditions of Use are subject to change at any time without notice. The User acknowledges that the applicable Conditions are in effect when the User accesses and uses the Site.
In embracing the Bear and its symbolism, the Ashukan Institute aims to:
Assert our pride in our identity and our mission: to promote the richness of our cultures, pass on our history from an Indigenous perspective, and raise awareness of the realities and issues affecting Indigenous peoples, in order to contribute to building bridges between nations.
Celebrating our kinship and expressing our solidarity with all Indigenous entrepreneurs who proudly embrace their roots while contributing to the economic development of First Nations.
For more information: https://id1n.org/en/