Here is a brief statement of what we, a small heritage foundation in Canada’s first national park, will and won’t do with your information.
When you register for updates through this website, you give us information that we collect. Giving us this information means you consent to your information being acquired, used, disclosed and stored by us as described in this Policy.
How We Use Your Information
We will use your information to keep you informed. If you opt out, that’s fine. You may unsubscribe or change your email address at any time.
Protecting your privacy is an important to us. We will never sell lists or email addresses. Above all, we’d rather have a personal relationship with you than a formal relationship built around data analysis and legal compliance.
How We Store Your Information
Your information may be stored in physical or electronic files. Our electronic files are protected by passwords and other security measures. They are accessible only by people who require the information to do work that we have directed them to do. Likewise, physical files are protected in a manner appropriate to the sensitivity of the information and are accessible only when required.
Two More Things
Lastly, Social Media
We use social media as another tool to share information and build relationships with our stakeholders. Social media accounts are public, not hosted on our servers. They have their own terms of service and privacy policies which you should review if you have questions about how your personal information is used via these channels.