We welcome and encourage your comments, and expect conversations will be carried out in a respectful manner. Please avoid personal attacks and keep your comments relevant. The North Peace Tribal Council does not tolerate offensive, disrespectful or abusive comments about an individual or organization. We will read all replies and direct messages sent to us and, when possible, will reply. The North Peace Tribal Council reserves the right to restrict or remove any content that is deemed in violation of this social media policy or any applicable law.
North Peace Tribal Council, just like any other participant in social media, cannot commit to replying to every post. We will, however, attempt to engage in conversation when possible. The views of visitors participating on this page do not necessarily represent the views of the North Peace Tribal Council. North Peace Tribal Council staff will be monitoring the input and may participate or intervene, as appropriate.
The following will not be allowed:
- abusive, obscene, indecent or offensive language
- defamatory, harassing, hateful remarks or accusations against individuals or organizations
- racist, sexist, homophobic, slanderous, insulting, or life-threatening messages
- comments that are discriminatory on the basis of race, national or ethnic origin, age, creed, gender, marital status, socio-economic status, physical or mental disability or sexual orientation
- sexual content or links to sexual content
- aggressive, coarse, violent, obscene, or pornographic comments
- comments containing solicitations, advertisements, announcements, or endorsements of any commercial, financial, labour or political organization
- serious, unproven or inaccurate accusations against individuals or organizations
- excessive links and code
- posts revealing too much personal information
- content that violates a legal ownership interest of any other party
- posts not topically related to the particular site or material being commented on
- posts that are repetitive or are considered spam, such as the same comment being posted repeatedly
- unintelligible or irrelevant messages, and
- any other message that the forum moderators feel will not add to the normal flow of debate.
Those who choose to engage in a conversation with the North Peace Tribal Council via social media should be aware that they do so within the public domain.