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provided at this site is general in nature and is made available
as part of the Muskies Canada Inc. (MCI) goal to protect, preserve,
and enhance the muskellunge sport fishery in Canada. MCI does not
guarantee the accuracy, completeness, or timeliness of the information.
MCI is not responsible for any errors or omissions, or for the use
of, or results obtained from, the use of this information. The information
on this site is subject to change without notice and should never
be relied on as the basis for doing or failing to do something.
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MCI endorses, or approves of those other sites, their content or
the people who run them. The links are the responsibility of the
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and currency of the information found.
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from many different individuals and organisations. MCI wishes to
thank all of our contributors, and we ask that no part of this work
be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, or stored
in a retrieval system of any nature, without the prior permission
of MCI. To use any material, please contact the MCI webmaster
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WEBSITE CONTENT PROTOCOL - This protocol will serve as guidance for the uploading of information requested by our members. This information may consist of pictures or video streams. Chat forums are out of scope as they are moderated appropriately. Sole discretion lies with MCI's web administrator and on rare exceptions, if he/she requires a second opinion, he/she shall consult with the President before making the final decision.
The following principles are the guidelines to be followed:
- Submissions can only come from members in good standing
- Content must not contain any abusive language, offensive clothing or pictures
- MCI has an appropriate section where vendors may advertise their services or products. Content in the public galleries should not be construed as advertising - in determining this, the web administrator will assess whether "someone stands to potentially profit from the content"
- Not withstanding above, the web administrator may disallow content if in his/her mind, the material could in any way reflect poorly on MCI or contradicts our mission, mandate and principles. This includes poor fish handling, fishing or safety practices