Vision Multisports Outaouais
Complexe Branchaud-Brière :
499 boulevard Labrosse, Gatineau (Québec) J8P 4R1
Centre Slush Puppie :
500 boulevard de la Cité, Gatineau (Québec) J8T 0H3
1. Outaouais Residents Only: These rentals are only available for residents of Outaouais. Participants from Ontario or other regions of Québec are not allowed to change regions to come use VMSO’s facilities.
2. Cap on number of participants: These half-ice rentals must be done in agreement of public health guidelines; On each half-ice, only 1 coach and up to 4 people from the same family/address will be allowed. The coach can be from a different family than the player(s). Spectators are not permitted.
3. No contact between groups: Participants must stay on their rented half of the ice. No interactions between participants on opposite sides of the same ice will be tolerated. Areas will be identified to allow participants to get ready for the activity without encountering any other group.
4. Health and sanitary rules: Once on the ice, participants may remove their masks. However, they must stay at a distance of at least 2m at all times. The 2m rule does not apply to members of a single family/household.
5. No Refunds: No refunds will be given out to those who do not comply with the above restrictions. Failure to comply with these can result in refusal of access to the ice and expulsion from the premises.
Between Vision Multisports Outaouais, hereafter designated as « LANDLORD »
You, hereafter designated as « TENANT-USER »
1. DESCRIPTION OF THE PREMISES
In addition to the entrance hall, hallways, washrooms, and other public areas designated by LANDLORD, TENANT-USER will only have access to the rented platforms.
LANDLORD will not be held responsible for any incident that would occur in an area other than those mentioned above to which TENANT-USER has been granted access.
2. USE OF THE PREMISES
The TENANT-USER agrees to use the premises solely for the associated reservation and to use them to practise a sport in a fashion that is controlled and respectful of the rules and regulations of the establishment.
3. RENTAL PERIODS
a) The LANDLORD does not commit to grant additional time but, should the situation arise, the price charged will be calculated according to the prevailing hourly rate, and the minimum charge will be for a half hour.
b) The LANDLORD reserves a minimum period of: ten (10) minutes within each rented period of an ice rink (for each one-hour rental segment) in order for employees to recondition the ice surface. During that maintenance period, no one else will be allowed on the ice.
c) The LANDLORD reserves a minimum period of five (5) minutes within each rented period of a synthetic surface (for each one-hour rental segment) to allow rotation with teams on standby. During that period, outgoing tenants give way to incoming tenants.
d) Players’ rooms can be occupied by TENANT-USER for a period not exceeding twenty five (25) minutes before and twenty five (25) minutes after the rental period. In the event of exceptional circumstances, a special permission will have to be requested.
e) To ensure safety in the locker rooms and to prevent theft, the TENANT-USER will have to recuperate an RFID ACCESS CARD at his disposal at the reception/pro shop desk for the rental period. If necessary, the LANDLORD reserves the right to enter the room at any time. The LANDLORD disclaims any liability in this regard.
4. CANCELLATION PRIVILEGE
a) LANDLORD will not refund any part of the present agreement after the signature by the TENANT-USER, except for the following exception : LANDLORD reserves the right, within a fifteen days (15) written notice, to cancel a day or evening reservation in order to use the rented premises for a special event that LANDLORD deems of such importance that it is appropriate to cancel the reservation, even if it means compensating TENANT-USER with another equivalent reservation, by issuing a credit note, or by refunding the rented period, at TENANT-USER discretion. This clause does not apply, however, against a TENANT-USER special event for which advertising has been made in advance, provided that said TENANT-USER has notified LANDLORD in writing twenty-one (21) days before the date of the event.
TENANT-USER shall have the right to request a modification to this agreement upon giving a twenty-one (21) days written notice. However, the amendments by addendum must be approved by LANDLORD to obtain a credit. All credits will be tracked in the TENANT-USER file and will be available for use within the next twelve (12) months according to option 1 or 2 below. LANDLORD retains the right to approve the use of the credit during certain hours. Credits are measured in money spent in this Agreement and not in hours. No credits will be approved on rental hours that have been paid, partially or totally, with a prior credit.
Upon approval of the amendments by LANDLORD, a credit will be given to the TENANT-USER according to the following rules:
Option 1: If the amendment represents less than thirty percent (30%) of the present Agreement, a fee of twenty-five percent (25%) of the total credit will be kept by LANDLORD as compensation the loss of guaranteed revenues.
Option 2: If the amendment represents more than thirty percent (30%) of the present Agreement, a fee of fifty percent (50%) of the total credit will be kept by LANDLORD as compensation for the loss of guaranteed revenues.
5. MANDATORY EQUIPMENT
a) Participants have the legal obligation to take every reasonable precaution during the activity to avoid injury and will be held accountable to the risk taken if they do not follow the rules and regulations of the LANDLORD.
b) On-ice activities come with varying degrees of risks of falling and injuries. The LANDLORD considers that all participants of on-ice activities should wear protective headgear.
c) TENANT-USER or TENANT-USER’s duly authorized representative agrees to comply with and ensure that each user of rented premises complies with Regulation (436-87) on protective equipment for the practice of ice hockey and other activities approved by the Government of Quebec. For the purposes of this regulation, all hockey players must wear a helmet, a full face mask and neck protector. With regards to the present agreement, “ice hockey” or “hockey player” refers to activities using skates, a stick, and a puck. In any case, be the activity hockey or another sport, it is required that each participant have the necessary equipment, as indicated by the appropriate sport federation.
d) It is prohibited at all times to wear high heel shoes, sport shoes with metallic spikes or any other types of footwear that could damage the synthetic field. LANDLORD retains the right to forbid access to the synthetic field to anyone that is not respecting this rule.
e) Without prejudice and subject to any other recourse provided by law in such cases, the LANDLORD reserves the right to deny access to the rented premises to anyone who violates the law or the rules of the TENANT-USER, or TENANT-USER’s duly authorized representative.
a) TENANT-USER may be asked to provide proof of public liability insurance with a minimum coverage of 2 000 000,00$ to the satisfaction of LANDLORD who may request it at any time. TENANT-USERS who rent the platform for recreational use can simply show a public liability insurance certificate associated with their home insurance. TEANT-USERS who rent the platform to exploit for profit, either for an individual, a group or a company, must acquire a public liability insurance policy for companies to operate within our facilities. It is understood that the following activities can be considered “exploitation for profit”:
(i) Sport leagues
(ii) Sport tournaments
(iii) Cultural or sports-related events, such as galas, expositions, conferences or any other advertised event
(iv) Day/summer camps or sport schools/clinics
(v) Any other activity that generates revenue for the individual, group or company
b) Only the rented period is covered in our insurance. It is prohibited to use the ice pads or synthetic field outside of those periods.
Any publicity by TENANT-USER shall be made exclusively for the type of activity or performance heretofore mentioned; it is agreed that no other activity or performance will occur, or that any other advertising covering other activities will be made unless a written permission to that effect is obtained from LANDLORD.
a) The TENANT-USER will be responsible for any damage caused by him, his members or his guests during the period of activity in the building, whether it be to the building itself, to the grounds, to the parking area, to the members themselves or to the TENANT USER’s accessories located in rented premises and their surroundings.
b) The TENANT-USER will be responsible for lost, missing or stolen objects and must respond to all claims for damage of any kind whatsoever to person or property in connection with the use of the rented premises and that may arise from any cause during the term of this Agreement.
c) TENANT-USER will be responsible for maintenance of good order and decorum at said rented premises, be it the inside of the building, in the parking area or on the rest of LANDLORD’s property.
d) TENANT-USER agrees to indemnify the LANDLORD for any loss, damage, injury or claim of any nature whatsoever for which a spectator could claim any compensation during the time TENANT-USER occupies the rented premises.
e) It is prohibited to TENANT-USER, and to any person that he grants access to the building, to practice any sport in the common areas inside of the building (other than the identified areas) and TENANT-USER agrees to enforce this rule with everyone to which he grants access to the building. The LANDLORD retains the right to have anyone the LANDLORD feels is not respecting this rule expulsed from the building and playing areas.
9. COMPLIANCE WITH RULES
TENANT-USER shall comply and observe the regulations and orders of public authorities, with the requirements of morality, with the regulations of sports or other public or private representations, and with regulations established by the LANDLORD, which may be modified at any time without the consent of TENANT-USER.
10. PERMIT ANS LICENSES
TENANT-USER shall obtain, at TENANT-USER’s expense, from the competent authorities including federal, provincial or municipal governments, any permit, license or right to present the activities mentioned and shall be responsible for any associated liability.
TENANT-USER shall pay all taxes, duties, and charges applicable to the activity or activities mentioned in such rented premises. All federal and provincial taxes will be added to the hourly rental rate.
12. ALCOHOL, TOBACCO, VAPING AND CANNABIS
a) TENANT-USER or TENANT-USER’s duly authorized representative commit to prohibit each user of the rented premises from smoking, drinking, transporting or having in their possession alcoholic beverages of any kind other than those purchased on location, and this, under penalty of immediate termination of the agreement and forfeiture of deposit. This applies to the entirety of the LANDLORD’s property, including the building, the parking areas and the rest of the property. Likewise for tobacco use, vaping and cannabis consumption ("ZERO TOLERANCE"). The LANDLORD’s buildings are is 100% non-smoking. The LANDLORD will have anyone that is not respecting this rule expulsed without notice and without reimbursement.
b) TENANT-USER or TENANT-USER’s duly authorized representative commit to respect and to enforce clause 15.a) to all of his participants. If the LANDLORD has their liquor permit revoked following an act of the TENANT-USER or to whom TENANT-USER has granted access to the rented premises, the LANDLORD will seek for compensation for all costs associated with the loss of the permit, such as the costs of fines received, the costs of renewal of the liquor permit, and the loss of revenue. In addition, judiciary actions can be taken against the TENANT-USER.
c) TENANT-USER and all their participants commit to respecting and enforcing article 2.1 par 3 of the tobacco act which prohibits smoking in certain enclosed spaces and premises. The Complexe Branchaud-Brière is identified as a building that is placed at the disposal of an education establishment dispensing services to children during the hours that the activities are held, thus smoking is prohibited Monday to Friday between 8am and 5pm, from September 1st to June 30th of every year. A person who contravenes this regulation is liable to a fine up to $600.00 which can be given without prior notice. This does not apply to the Centre Slush Puppie, as it is not identified as such a building.
a) The LANDLORD will determine areas for the sale and collection of tickets and these places cannot be changed without the written consent of the LANDLORD.
b) The LANDLORD will have the privilege to withhold from the sale of tickets an amount sufficient to cover amusement taxes or other rights established by law and regulations or orders of the competent authorities. Should proceeds from ticket sale be insufficient to cover the payment mentioned above, TENANT-USER agrees to and is liable for paying the difference.
14. LANDLORD’S RIGHTS
a) The LANDLORD reserves the right for the LANDLORD’s authorized representatives to enter rented premises for supervision purposes at all times.
b) The LANDLORD reserves full concession rights for the sale and distribution of any item and any product on rented premises and surroundings. In the event that it is necessary to sell or distribute products or literature, TENANT-USER shall request in due form a written authorization from the LANDLORD or the LANDLORD’s authorized representatives.
c) It is expressly agreed that the LANDLORD reserves all rights and privileges of broadcasting, film and television, or any other concession of a similar nature that can generate additional revenue.
d) The LANDLORD has the right to cancel any representation if, in good faith, the LANDLORD believes that there may be a risk of serious disorder.
e) The LANDLORD has the right to terminate a representation before its end if, by judgment of the LANDLORD’s authorized representatives, the continuation of the representation may cause a serious disorder or if the representation is not consistent with the aforementioned description.
f) The LANDLORD shall in no way be held responsible if the LANDLORD is unable to fulfill the obligations of this agreement due to force majeure, an order from public authorities or for any other reason over which the LANDLORD has no control, as well as due to breakage of equipment, except that in the latter case, the LANDLORD will have to provide additional time in compensation.
g) The LANDLORD retains the right to have the TENANT-USER expulsed or to fine the TENANT-USER if he or if a person to whom he granted access to any of the LANDLORD’s properties does not follow one of the term or condition mentioned in the present contract.
15. SPECIAL CLAUSES
a) Should TENANT-USER default to fulfill TENANT-USER’s obligations, the LANDLORD will be released from any obligation to provide for the holding of any representation, without prejudice or waiving all rights and recourse against TENANT-USER, and this, ipso facto and without notice or formal demand, at the LANDLORD’s discretion.
b) When cost of admission is required, the LANDLORD will ensure supervision at the expense of TENANT-USER, without diminishing TENANT-USER’s liability.
c) You can read a copy of the rules and regulations of the Complexe Branchaud-Brière at https://www.complexebranchaudbriere.com/en/page/reglements_du_complexe.html.
d) You can read a copy of the rules and regulations of the Centre Slush Puppie at https://www.centreslushpuppie.com, in the rules page found in the menu.
BEFORE SIGNING THIS AGREEMENT, PLEASE READ THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS SPECIFIED IN CLAUSES 1 TO 15.
TENANT-USER recognises that they have acquainted themselves with the conditions in this contract.
AGREEEMENT APPROVED AND ACCEPTED BY:
VISION MULTISPORTS OUTAOUAIS INC.
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