Since some of the information we gather is not publicly available, we take great care to ensure that this information is kept safe from unauthorized access and we do not share the information in violation of any regulation or law.
Our collection of information consists of both personal and non-personal information. With your consent we use this information to keep you up to date for technology information, events and promotions. Personal information typically includes your name, address, phone number and e-mail address. You can always choose not to provide us with any of your personal information.
Our Privacy Commitment
Aldergrove AVU knows the importance of protecting your personal information. When connecting with us we want to ensure your experience is safe and trustworthy. In order to achieve complete guest satisfaction while protecting your rights, we have put together this guideline, and our promise to you.
What information do we collect and how is it used?
Occasionally we collect your demographic information, your customer data and online engagement for marketing purposes and credit card information for service/product payments. This information comes directly from you, either from your transactions on your account, or if you visit our website and we may collect certain information about your engagement.
We respect your privacy
We respect your privacy and value your trust. The only employees or companies who access your private personal information are those who use it to service your account or provide services to you or to us. We diligently maintain physical, electronic and procedural safeguards that comply with applicable standards to guard your private personal information and to assist us in preventing unauthorized access to that information.
Sharing information with other third parties
We may also provide information to non-affiliated companies that perform operational services related to your account or marketing services for us. The sharing of information with these types of companies is permitted by law. Such a company might include a financial company (such as a bank or insurance service provider) with whom we have a joint agreement or a non-financial company (such as a data processor or internet marketing provider) with whom we have a service agreement. The information we may share also comes from the sources described above and might include your name, address, phone number, email address and account information with us.
Finally, we provide information about you to non-affiliated companies that provide services related to your account. This information sharing is also permitted by law.
We destroy information after it is no longer needed
Customer information that is no longer needed to manage our business is destroyed. We are required for certain legal, tax and accounting reasons to keep customer information for a period of time following the closing of an account with us.
We require others to maintain confidentiality
If customer information is provided to a third party with whom we have a business relationship, we will require that the third party adhere to adequate privacy policies to maintain the confidentiality of customer information and to ensure the reliability and accuracy of such information.
You can withdraw your consent
We need to get your express or implied consent before obtaining or using information about you, or disclosing this information to anyone else. You may withdraw this consent at any time upon reasonable notice, subject to legal or contractual restrictions. To withdraw your consent you should contact our Privacy Officer directly at the address or telephone listed below. Unless we hear otherwise from you, you are giving to us your consent for the collection, use, and disclosure of your personal information.
Do you have a concern regarding your privacy?
27276 Fraser Highway
Ph. 1-604-381-1777 E: email@example.com
For more general inquiries, the Information and Privacy Commissioner of Canada oversees the administration of the privacy legislation in the private sector. The Commissioner also acts as a kind of ombudsman for privacy disputes. The Information and Privacy Commissioner can be reached at: 112 Kent Street, Ottawa, Ontario K1A 1H3 as well as by:
Phone: (613) 995-8210
Fax: (613) 947-6850
TTY: (613) 992-9190
We appreciate and value your business.