The Canadian Kitchen Cabinet Association only collects personal information when you give it to us voluntarily, for example, by filling out a form or survey.
Your membership with CKCA is listed on the CKCA website (public domain) and is searchable to increase your visibility, enhance connections and strengthen credibility with potential clients. The information displayed comes from the company profile information that you have provided.
The CKCA membership list with main contact, company name and website, may be shared with other CKCA members only.
The Canadian Kitchen Cabinet Association does not sell or lend your information to any non-member third-party marketing group.
We may gather information about traffic on our website so that we can continue to develop the site to better suit your needs. This does not include personal information about you, but includes information about your visit on the site such as:
The name of your Internet service provider, its IP address and the name of your service provider’s service
The length of each visit
The number of requests per visit
Your type of operating system (Windows, MacIntosh, Unix, etc.)
Your browser type (Firefox, Internet Explorer, etc.)
Canadians are protected by two federal privacy laws: Privacy Act and the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (PIPEDA). PIPEDA is based on the Canadian Standards Association’s Model Code for the Protection of Personal Information, which is incorporated into the legislation. Organizations in Quebec are subject to the Quebec private sector privacy law. Oversight of the law is in the hands of the Commission d’accès à l’information.