This privacy protection policy governs the collection, the communication, and the use of personal information by Canac-Marquis Grenier Ltd. (hereafter “Canac”). It also governs non-personalized information collected through our website.
This policy applies to personal information as defined in the Act Respecting the Protection of Personal Information in the Private Sector; that is, all information concerning an individual and which enables that individual to be identified.
Note that all Canac stores are equipped with video surveillance cameras to ensure security and prevention.
Collection of Personal Information
Canac may ask you to provide personal information in one or more of the following circumstances:
Depending on the applicable situation, you could be asked for the following personal information, in particular: your last and first names, your address, your postal code, your telephone number, your email address, a piece of identification.
The Use of Personal Information
Canac uses collected personal information for the following purposes, in particular:
Collected personal information will be used solely for the purposes stated or for more specifically stated purposes at the time when you provide your personal information.
Disclosure of Personal Information
Canac will not disclose your personal information to third parties, except if you have previously consented to such communication or if this communication results from an express request on your behalf. If necessary, you will be informed of such communication.
Agents and Third Parties
Canac may offer certain products and services provided by agents and third parties, in particular: processing credit card transactions, delivery services, installation or repair services. As part of our service offer, it is possible that personal information may be disclosed to these third parties so that they can perform their duties in a consistent manner.
If Canac merged with another company, if Canac sold the whole or part of its assets to another company, or if Canac was being financed by another company, the personal information in its possession could be disclosed to the amalgamating company, the purchasing company, or the lending company, depending on the circumstances. This personal information would be used in accordance with this policy.
Note that personal information held by Canac may be disclosed within the context of a search warrant, an investigation, or any other procedure provided for under a law or a court order. This information may also be disclosed to in investigative body regarding the breach of an agreement or the violation of a law. This information may also be disclosed where required by law.
Note that we reserve the right to disclose your personal information as part of a recovery process to help us collect a debt owed to us by you.
Withdrawal of Consent
You can withdraw your consent as to what Canac uses or discloses of your personal information at all times. Please submit any such request of withdrawal of consent in writing to the following email address: email@example.com. Note that we may thereafter demand a proof of identity allowing us to identify you.
You should be aware that withdrawing your consent to the use or disclosure of your personal information may, in some cases, make it impossible to carry out a transaction, a return, an exchange, or a refund, or provide you with one or several products or services.
Access to Personal Information About You
You can access personal information about you that is in Canac’s possession. You can also request a correction or an update of this information if necessary. Either one of these requests should be sent in writing to the following email address: firstname.lastname@example.org. Note that we may thereafter demand a piece of identity or any other means of identification in order to ensure us that either of these requests is being made by the right person, that the personal information requested is disclosed to the right person, or that the corrections requested and to be brought are exact.
For all questions relating to privacy protection, please contact the Chief Privacy Officer.
Chief Privacy Officer
5355, boul. des Gradins
Information Collected Through Our Website
Canac, through the website www.canac.ca, collects information regarding pages visited, URL addresses used on this site, the browser type used, and the Internet Protocol address (IP address). Most of this data is collected through cookies or other analysis technologies.
A cookie is a small data file transmitted from a website to the browser that you use to consult this website. Cookies are transmitted when you consult our website, request or personalize information, or when you register to receive certain services through our website. Cookies are saved in the cache memory of your browser. Cookies do not disclose any personal information to our website. In general, cookies can be distinguished between “session” and “permanent” cookies.
“Session” cookies do not remain on your computer after leaving our website or after closing your browser. All of the information collected allows us to analyze the browsing habits concerning our website, which helps us to, in particular, improve and adapt the website content and simplify its use.
“Permanent” cookies are those that remain on your computer. They are used to simplify personalization and registration services. In particular, these cookies inform us of what you have chosen to look at when visiting our website or allow us, if you have a user profile, to recognize when you browse our website (access to your user profile, however, requires your password). “Permanent” cookies can be manually deleted by the user.
Most browsers are defaulted to accept cookies, but you generally have the option of refusing or limiting them by modifying your browser preferences. If you decide to refuse them, be aware that certain functions of our website run the risk of not properly functioning and certain pages may not appear correctly. We encourage you to consult your browser options for further details about using and deactivating cookies.
The electronic newsletters in HTML format use web beacons in addition to cookies to generate statistics on website use. A web beacon is a single pixel (1x1) or transparent GIF electronic image. They can recognize certain types of information on a visitor's computer, such as the visitor’s cookie number, the hour and access date of a page, and the page description where the web beacon is found. You can deactivate certain web beacons by rejecting the cookies associated with them.
Canac is committed to protecting the personal information that you share with us. In order to avoid any unauthorized access or disclosure and to ensure the correct use of this information, Canac has established physical, electronic, and human procedures aimed at securing collected information. Canac will conserve your personal information only as long as necessary for the purposes for which it was collected.
The recommendations stated on the website www.canac.ca are provided for informational purposes only and Canac cannot be held responsible for results that would be different than those intended in the said statements.