Privacy Policy

Seniors Secret Service believes that constituents privacy and security is a high priority. As such, we are committed to protecting our constituents’ privacy in all our operations.

Personal information is collected only when specifically and knowingly provided to us. Seniors Secret Service accepts the responsibility to protect the confidentiality of this information and to safeguard the use of information users may reasonably expect us to keep private. This policy addresses all Seniors Secret Service online dealings, through its website or otherwise.

The personal information requested on the contact and volunteer forms on this website are collected under the authority of Section 33 (c) of the Alberta Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act for the purpose of volunteer management.

Questions concerning the collection, use or disposal of this information should be directed to:

Seniors Secret Service has adopted the Canadian Standards Association privacy standard and Model Code for the Protection of Personal InformationCAN/CSA-Q830-96. This is a voluntary code for ensuring the protection of consumer privacy, and also forms part of Bill C-6.