We respect your privacy and don’t sell or lend our e-mail list. We use security measures to guard against the loss, misuse and alteration of knowledge utilized by our system.
How we use your Personal Information
Personal information that you simply give us is used to speak with you, or to facilitate your participation as a volunteer if you would like to assist. We take great attention in the best way we store and use your personal information. The Green Party of Ontario is provincial organization with a riding-based membership system. As a consequence of this your personal information can also be utilized by our local riding associations (called Constituency Associations or CAs). As a provincial political party registered under the Elections Act, the Green Party of Ontario, including its CAs are subject to regulation under the Elections Act, including public disclosure requirements for contributions over $100.
Identification and unsubscribe information
To update your mailing: email firstname.lastname@example.org . To unsubscribe immediately and mechanically: click on the opt-out link at the underside of the last email you received. When you received a mailing from us, you might be (a) a member of the Green Party of Ontario (b) a recent donor or volunteer (c) have recently taken motion with one among our online tools (d) have reached out to us by phone, mail, email or social media or (e) otherwise have an existing relationship with us. We respect your time and a spotlight by controlling the frequency of our mailings.
Our commitment to your privacy. We use security measures to guard against the loss, misuse and alteration of knowledge utilized by our system. Security audits are conducted periodically to make sure the integrity of our systems. Read more about privacy.
Sharing and Usage
We don’t share, sell, or rent individual personal information with anyone outside of the party, without your express advance permission or unless so ordered by a court of law. Information submitted is simply available to Green Party personnel who manage this information for purposes of communicating with you on matters pertaining to Green Party business, or for determining how best to offer that information in response to your wishes. If you will have received unwanted, unsolicited email sent via this technique or purporting to be sent via this technique, please forward a duplicate of that email along with your comments to email@example.com for review.
The Green Party of Ontario respects your personal privacy and is committed to maintaining your trust and confidence. We imagine in ensuring the safety of your personal information. Please take the time to read this policy, and phone us if you will have any questions or concerns. We attempt to guard any personal information chances are you’ll provide us. If we ask you to offer us with any personal information, we are going to let you know the needs for which we intend to make use of that information. Your personal information just isn’t sold to anyone for any purpose. This statement discloses the privacy practices and policies for the Green Party of Ontario’s Site, the data contained therein and the data collected therein. If you will have any questions on these practices and policies, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Information Collection, Use and Disclosure
The aim of this Site is to teach and inform the general public concerning the Green Party of Ontario, its goals, its key values, its policies and platform, and its mission. If you visit this site and access information, you might be anonymous. We don’t require you to offer personal information to view it. Information gathered on gpo.ca falls under the next categories:
- Aggregate site use information
- Online donation information
- Green Party Membership Information
- Motion tools (via petitions, surveys and message forms)
Aggregate Site Use Information
We record information concerning the pages viewed by all of our website visitors. This data includes web protocol (IP) addresses, browser type, web service provider (ISP), referring/exit pages, platform type, date/time stamp, connection speed, read time, display time and variety of clicks. We use Google Analytics to record the above website data in addition to demographics & behaviour.
We use this data, in aggregate form only, to compile statistics and reports for the Green Party of Ontario’s use, and improve the net experience for all visitors. We reserve the correct to offer general descriptions (no personally identifying data) or portions of this aggregate information to vendors, consultants, partner NGOs or news services. Such uses of the info on this fashion would typically be to plan site architecture improvements or to measure public interest in our site.
You may opt out of Google’s promoting tracking cookie or use a browser plugin to opt out of all Google Analytics tracking software.
Online Donation Information
Our Site Security
We take appropriate security measures to guard your personal information against loss, theft, and unauthorized access and use Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) protocol, to encrypt, or encode, information sent to us. Any personal information you provide to us is exchanged via a secure server. Encryption protects your information, reminiscent of your bank card number, name and address information by scrambling it before it is distributed out of your computer. Just once we receive your information is it decoded. We make all reasonable efforts to make sure its security on our own systems and undergo periodic security audits to make sure the safeguarding of this information. Warning: e-mail just isn’t encrypted, neither is it a secure means to send personal information. We urge you to make use of our secure servers to process online donations, or call our Toronto office to make a donation by phone (888-647-3366).
Green Party of Ontario Membership Information
As a registered provincial political party, the Green Party of Ontario requires your assistance in providing us along with your personal information to meet certain legal obligations. When you turn out to be a member, you will need to provide certain information, which is added to our internal membership database that by law have to be maintained. The knowledge maintained within the database includes:
- Member number;
- Member name, address and telephone number;
- Amount of member donation(s);
- Date on which the member registered as a member of the Green Party of Ontario, and/or made (a) donation(s);
- Date on which any person ceased to be a member.
The knowledge contained within the database can only be used for official Green Party business reminiscent of informational mailings, internal election materials, and other correspondence. The Green Party of Ontario doesn’t sell, rent, or lend our membership lists to anyone.
Updating Membership Data
Membership information previously provided to the Green Party of Ontario may be up updated by calling our Toronto office at 888-647-3366 or 416-977-7476
When you want to have any of your personal information faraway from our databases, or in the event you not want us to send any further communications to you, please send an e-mail to email@example.com along with your request. Please note, nevertheless, that as a provincial political party we’re required by law to keep up certain details about our members, as noted above. We could also be required by law to keep up this information for a time frame after a member has terminated his or her membership.
Visitors to our site may decide to receive our email newsletters.
E-newsletters are sent only to users who select to offer us with their email address. Our newsletter subscriber database just isn’t sold, rented or otherwise to some other parties. Subscribers wishing to update their contact information, or opt out of receiving newsletters, can use the links provided at the underside of every newsletter email.
Fraud and Crime Prevention
The Green Party of Ontario reserves the correct to co-operate with local, national, or international law enforcement or other authorities within the investigation of improper or illegal activities and this may increasingly require the disclosure of private information. If such an investigation requires disclosure of private information on file in our records, we could also be required by law to cooperate. We also reserve the correct to report improper or illegal user activities on our site, which can require the disclosure of private information regarding those individuals conducting such improper or illegal activities.
This website online accommodates links to other sites or e-mail addresses. This privacy statement only applies to information collected by our website online. We usually are not liable for the privacy practices and/or policies of those or any third parties, nor will we necessarily agree with or endorse the opinions or positions expressed. Links are provided for information only.
Accuracy of, and access to, personal information
We attempt to be sure that any personal information we retain and use is as accurate, complete and up-to-date as obligatory for the needs for which we are going to use it. We don’t routinely update personal information except where and as obligatory for these purposes. If nevertheless our records regarding your personal information are inaccurate or incomplete, we are going to amend that information at your request. At your request we are going to provide to you a press release explaining the extent to which we hold personal details about you, and we are going to explain how that information has been utilized by us.
Policy changes and updates
This page can be updated if and when information concerning the collection and use of your personal data changes, and/or policies regarding using the positioning are modified. Your comments and questions are welcome. Our contact page will aid you direct your inquiry to the correct person.