Credit Valley Conservation (CVC) respects each individual’s right to personal privacy. We collect and use information through our website only in the ways disclosed in this statement.
CVC collects general information to help us identify traffic patterns on our website. For example, we make note of the browser that you use and your IP address. We use this information to generate statistical reports about what our visitors are interested in. Information regarding the web pages visited, length of visit and time of day, dates, first pages entered, browsers used, IP addresses, geographic location and area, and referring pages is collected through general internet tracking mechanisms.
We may also collect information when you complete quick polls, surveys, or forms.
We use information collected solely to help improve your experience on our website. We use tracking information collected to determine what visitors would like to see on our website.
We do not store or make use of user-specific personal information.
At Credit Valley Conservation we are committed to ensuring that we provide a welcoming, safe, barrier-free and accessible environment for all employees, customers, suppliers, job applicants, visitors and members of the public.
We aim to uphold this commitment for all who do business with us, access our website, visit our conservation areas, attend events hosted by CVC or have general communication with us. Our commitment applies to the following areas:
- Customer Service
- Employment with CVC
- Built environment
- Information and communication
As an organization we are responsible under the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005 to ensure that our business practices and programs, employees, facilities, and policies comply with the governing legislation and best practices that pertain to the accessibility for individuals with disabilities in a way that promotes and ensures their dignity and independence.