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ACI MANITOBA: OUR PRIVACY PROTECTION PLEDGE
We want to make sure that we comply with the legal obligations imposed by the federal government's Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act ("PIPEDA") regarding the collection, use and disclosure of personal information in commercial activities.
That is why we have developed this Privacy Protection Pledge. We want you to understand the purposes for which we collect personal information. We also want to make sure that we have your consent to continue to collect, use and disclose this personal information for these purposes.
The following is a brief summary of our privacy practices:
What is personal information?
Personal information is any information that can be used to identify, distinguish or contact a specific individual. Personal information can include facts about, or related to, an individual, as well as an individual's opinions or beliefs. Personal information does not include publicly available information (for example, names, addresses and telephone numbers which are published on an annual basis in telephone directories) or business contact information (ie an individual’s name, business position or title, business address, business telephone number, business facsimile number, business electronic mail address and similar contact information).
Why do we collect personal information, and how do we use it?
In carrying on our business of Arts & Cultural Industries Association of Manitoba (ACI Manitoba), we collect personal information about the individuals who participate in our programs and/or to whom we provide training and other services (collectively, "our clients"), about our independent contractors (ie. people who regularly work for us, but who are not paid as employees), directors and volunteers, and about other people in the general community with whom we interact (collectively, “our other constituents”). We respect the privacy of all of these individuals, which is why we collect and use personal information only for the following purposes:
- To identify our clients, as well as our other constituents;
- To establish and maintain responsible relationships with our clients, as well as with our other constituents;
- To understand, develop and/or enhance the needs, desires, concerns and opinions of our clients, as well as our other constituents;
- To provide the services expected of an organization dedicated to the arts & cultural sector, all with a view to advancing the goals of our Mission Statement: Leading the development of strong people for a strong arts and culture sector;
- To manage and develop our business and operations; and
- To meet legal and regulatory requirements.
We collect information only by lawful and fair means, and not in an unreasonably intrusive way. We collect personal information through the completion of various forms and documents, through discussions and exchanges of correspondence with various sources such as educational institutions, existing and prospective employers, personal references, medical practitioners, family services workers, and representatives of federal, provincial or municipal departments, corporations or agencies, and through day to day observations of, or interactions with, our clients, as well as from our other constituents.
When do we disclose personal information?
There are a variety of circumstances where we may need to disclose some personal information about our clients, or about our other constituents. However, with the exception of those circumstances where disclosure is required or permitted by law, we make sure that any disclosure of personal information is made on a "need to know" and, where applicable, on a confidential basis. We also use contractual or other means to protect the information and to make sure that the information is used only for the purpose(s) for which it was disclosed.
Subject to the foregoing, we may disclose an individual's personal information:
- To our independent contractors, directors or volunteers; or
To a third party who requires such information in order to assist us in:
- assessing the suitability of that individual for a program or service that we offer; or
- providing programs and/or services to that individual; or
- assisting that individual to obtain and/or maintain employment; or
- our general administration and/or operations (which includes record keeping and fund-raising activities); or
- To a third party who requires such information in order to provide for that individual’s physical, emotional, social and/or intellectual well being and/or safety; or
- To that individual’s current employer, for the purpose of his/her continued employment with that employer; or
- To a prospective employer, for the purpose of obtaining employment for that individual; or
- To a public authority or agent of a public authority if, in our reasonable judgment, it appears that there is imminent danger to life or property which could be avoided or minimized by the disclosure of the information; or
- To a third party with whom we are negotiating for the purpose of them taking over some or all of our programs, services and/or other activities; or
- To a federal, provincial or municipal department, corporation or agency for the purpose of monitoring that individual’s enrollment, participation and progress in sponsored programs, or for the purpose of evaluating our success in assisting individuals in obtaining and maintaining employment; or
- To a third party where that individual (if he/she is an adult and is not represented by a legal guardian, otherwise his/her parent/legal guardian) has consented to such disclosure; or
- To a third party where such disclosure is required or permitted by law.
We will not disclose an individual's personal information in our possession or under our control to any third party for the purpose of enabling that third party to market its products and/or services to that individual without first seeking the express consent of that individual (if he/she is an adult and is not represented by a legal guardian, otherwise his/her parent/legal guardian) to do so.
How do we protect personal information?
In order to protect personal information, we will:
- Not collect, use or disclose an individual's personal information for any purpose other than those identified above, except with the further consent of that individual (if he/she is an adult and is not represented by a legal guardian, otherwise his/her parent/legal guardian). Consent for any of the identified purposes or for any additional purpose can be provided in writing, orally or electronically. Consent can be express or it may be implied in appropriate circumstances. Express consent happens whenever there is no doubt that an adult individual has expressly told us, in writing, orally or electronically, that we can collect, use or disclose his/her personal information. Implied consent happens whenever we can reasonably assume, from an adult individual's action or inaction, that we have his/her consent to collect, use or disclose his/her personal information. We will try to obtain express consent whenever it would be reasonable for an individual to assume that we would do so;
- Protect personal information with security safeguards that are appropriate to the sensitivity of the information;
- Protect the confidentiality of personal information when dealing with other organizations;
- Use reasonable efforts to keep personal information as accurate and up-to-date as is necessary for the purposes for which it is to be used and/or disclosed. The assistance of individuals in keeping their personal information up to date is essential; and
- Respond to any request that an adult individual may make for access to personal information regarding him/her. We will need specific information from an individual to verify his/her identity before we can respond to his/her request. In addition, there may be instances where we will not be able to provide an individual with the personal information that he/she has requested. If we deny a request for access to personal information, we will provide the individual with an explanation in writing.
What are your choices?
We would like to have your consent to continue to collect, use and disclose your personal information for the purposes identified above. However, you do have choices. You may refuse to provide your personal information to us. You may also withdraw your consent for us to collect, use or disclose your personal information at any time, subject to legal or contractual restrictions and reasonable notice. However, in either case, this may limit or eliminate altogether your ability to participate in our programs and/or our ability to provide any services to you, to involve you in other organizational activities and/or to communicate with you.
- telephone: (204) 927-2787
- mail: 300-245 McDermot Avenue, Winnipeg, MB, R3B 0S6
- e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
For a copy of PIPEDA or to contact the Privacy Commissioner of Canada, please visit the Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada’s Internet web site at: www.privcom.gc.ca