The Canadian Nationalist Party (CNP) takes the privacy of its members very seriously. CNP has adopted information management guidelines for our customer relationship designed to respect the privacy and preferences of our members.
Under no circumstance, without written or verbal consent do third party organizations have permission to use the information of the Canadian Nationalist Party or its members for public purposes. Membership information and use of this information in consultation with Personal Information Bank CEO PPU 036 is the property of the Canadian Nationalist Party acting as a corporate body of the Canadian Government. The Canadian Nationalist Party retains the right not to disclose the membership information/personal property of its electors and enables silent support within their constituency. The Canadian Nationalist Party does not consent to the unauthorized sharing of information of its electors or their ‘Membership information’ as designated on form EC 20360 of the General Form during active campaigning or as an application to register a new federal party.
We do not disclose your personal information except upon request to law enforcement in an instance where we believe a violation of the Criminal Code of Canada has been made.
We sometimes work with advertisers or other third parties to serve ads targeted to your interests, or to collect data for conversion tracking (that is, what actions you take after you click on an ad).
We retain the email addresses of those who send us email, who purchase goods and services via our website, who register for access to our site, and who subscribe to our email newsletters. We do not disclose these email addresses to third parties.
Members can opt out of interest-based advertising at any time via our disclaimer found at the bottom of each email.
We do use aggregated information (that is, data about our customers or members that is anonymized so that no one is individually identified), to allow us to audit site usage, create marketing profiles, manage our relationship with advertisers, and to provide support services to us.
CNP maintains appropriate physical, technical and administrative security to help prevent the loss, misuse, unauthorized access, disclosure or modification of personal information.
While we take these steps to protect your personal information as much as we reasonably can, no system or transmission of data over the Internet or any other public network, or any storage of data, can be guaranteed to be 100% secure.
The CNP maintains strict standards for employees tasked with collecting and securing personal information of members and the general public. Every individual with the responsibility of handling personal information must complete a basic training program which consists of passing a multiple-choice and practical examination in the use of email and web security, as well as Adobe PDF encryption, PGP encryption, SSL encryption, cloud storage, and data backup. Individuals must display competency in all areas of personal information handling as well as practical use of discretion and confidentiality when operating with external organizations through both electronic and verbal communications.
CNP offers choices for you to update your personal information and the way we communicate with you.
If you opt out of receiving promotional communications from us, we may still send you transactional based communications such as emails about your accounts or our ongoing business relations.
Personal information collected by CNP may include:
We may also collect information about you such as:
Web beacons are electronic images that may be used on our site or in our emails. We use web beacons to deliver cookies, count visits, understand usage and campaign effectiveness, and to tell if an email has been opened and acted upon. We may also use Local Shared Objects (Flash cookies).
CNP may also collect aggregated or anonymized usage data that does not personally identify you.
Travis Patron, Canadian Nationalist Party Inc., 1 Yonge St, Suite 1801, Toronto, ON, M5E 1W7