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The Organizers and Hosts of Try New Things in Toronto Meetup Group are all volunteers, and they all strive to organize events in such a manner that everyone has an enjoyable time. However, as with everything else, there are occasions where things do not go exactly according to plan due to various circumstances or occurrences. As such, the Organizers and Hosts cannot be held responsible for such circumstances or occurrences.

Liability Waiver

By joining Try New Things in Toronto, and responding (RSVP) for or attending any event, you acknowledge and accept the following Liability Waiver:

I do hereby absolve, release and waive any and all civil or criminal liability litigation claims or demands against Try New Things in Toronto Meetup Group (including its Organizer, Assistant Organizers, and event hosts), which may arise out of or be related to any injury, damage or monetary loss to me, my guest(s), or any member(s) of my family by reason of involvement in any group or group-related activities.

By joining Try New Things in Toronto Meetup Group, I accept this waiver, and hereby acknowledge that I am solely responsible for my own safety during any event or group-related activity and that, if intoxicated, I will not operate a motorized vehicle after leaving any Try New Things in Toronto meetup event.

Try New Things in Toronto Meetup Group Policies

Minimum Age Requirement
Only individuals 18 years and older may join or attend Try New Things in Toronto Meetup Group events unless otherwise specified. If the Organizer suspects a member does not meet the minimum age requirement the Organizer has the option to remove said member from the group if proof of age is deemed unsatisfactory.

RSVPs to Meetups
When you RSVP to attend a meetup it is expected that you will be at the meetup, if you do not attend or if you changed your RSVP to ‘no’ less then 24 hours to the meetup time you are considered a ‘no show’ and will be given a status as per below.

No Show (not showing up to your meetup)
A date following your profile name indicates that you were a ‘no show’ for a meetup on that date or that you changed your RSVP to no less than 24 hours to the meetup time. The date will remain on your profile for a month during which time you will not be eligible to attend any free events that may be scheduled.

Also, depending on the meetup scheduled; the Organizer, Assistant Organizer or Host may remove you from their meetup due to your ‘no show’ status.

Removal from Group
Members with three 'no shows' can and will be removed from Try New Things in Toronto Meetup Group at the discretion of the Organizer.
If a member's conduct is considered unacceptable (such as being rude, careless, unsafe or harassing other members), that member may be removed or banned from the Try New Things in Toronto Meetup group.

Refund Policy
Each meetup that requires payment up front will clearly state the refund policy, make sure that you are aware of the policy prior to paying to attend the meetup.

While it would be appreciated if all members posted their photos to their event, we do understand that some individuals have issues with their privacy being violated and to that end a photo is not mandatory.

Member Conduct
If you feel that you are being harassed by another member it is recommended that you bring this issue up to the Organizer to make that person aware of the problem. Contact can be made via the Organizer’s profile link on the main page. If a member's conduct is considered unacceptable (such as being rude, careless, unsafe or harassing other members), that member may be removed or banned from the Meetup group.

Table of Contents

Page title Most recent update Last edited by
General Information FAQ May 20, 2011 1:29 AM Roger
Joining Toronto's All Inclusive Recreation FAQ May 2, 2011 2:34 PM Roger
Meetup Events FAQ May 20, 2011 1:26 AM Roger
Liability January 3, 2013 3:01 PM former member
About Try New Things in Toronto! January 3, 2013 3:07 PM former member

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