SEDA is committed to protecting the privacy and the personal information of current and past members, current and past clients, and any members of the public who share information with SEDA staff as part of the delivery of our programs or services. We strive to ensure that the organization and any third parties working with SEDA comply with relevant legislation that may apply to the collection, use and disclosure of personal information of any kind.
The Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada (‘OPC’) administers the two federal privacy statutes applicable in Saskatchewan:
- the Privacy Act, RSC 1985, c P-21 (‘the Federal Privacy Act’) and
- the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act, SC 2000, c 5 (‘PIPEDA’).
In Saskatchewan, since there is no private-sector privacy legislation, PIPEDA applies to personal information held by private-sector organisations and federally-regulated organizations. While PIPEDA does not apply to employee personal information held by other private-sector organizations, the Saskatchewan Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner (‘OIPC’) has recommended that private-sector organizations adhere to PIPEDA when it comes to employee and sensitive client information on a best practices basis.
Analytics and cookies
SEDA uses tools (e.g., Google Analytics, etc.) to gather information about the use of this website. Analytics tools collect information provided by your web browser and system. This information may include what pages are visited, how often users visit and what actions they perform on the website. SEDA sets its analytics tools so that they do not collect any personally identifiable information and we do not combine information collected by analytics tools with any personally identifiable information. You can prevent your system from sending information to most analytics tools by disabling cookies on your browser.
SEDA will collect your personal information with your consent, though in some cases that consent may be reasonably implied. Browser, IP address, and website usage information may be collected in the course of an individual’s use of SEDA’s websites. Specific consent will be inferred when an individual uses the website to provide specific personal information (online purchases as an example). We will not release any of your personal information without your signature on a release form.
Canada Anti Spam Legislation Compliance
SEDA values your privacy, and your preferences for electronic communications from us. Accordingly, we are committed to compliance with the Canadian Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL). Please download and read our corporate CASL Policy.
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