The Canadian Council for Youth Prosperity is committed to protecting the privacy of any personal information you may provide when visiting our website. Personal information refers to information about an identifiable individual but excludes certain business contact information, specifically name, title, business address or telephone number of an employee of an organization.
Why We Collect Personal Information
The Canadian Council for Youth Prosperity may collect, store and use personal information about you for the following reasons:
to correspond with you, by either, mail, email, or phone;
to establish, maintain and improve our relationship with you and provide you with information about us, our services, events, and initiatives;
to enable you to register and log in to our portal;
to register you for events;
to collect (but not store) electronic payment data of services for transfer to a third-party payment processor; and/or
to track statistics that help us improve our services.
The Canadian Council for Youth Prosperity logs HTTP requests to the webserver. These logs record the IP address of site visitors. An IP address is a number automatically assigned to the computer or the ISP (Internet Service Provider) requesting a URL. Log files are archived and used for systems analysis, maintenance and site evaluation.
How to Resolve Concerns
If you have any questions, comments, concerns or complaints about privacy and the handling of your personal information, please contact us by email to or at 416-486-8666 ext. 500. We are committed to working with you to resolve any complaints or disputes about privacy and the handling of your personal information.
If you are not satisfied with the way the CCYP has responded to a complaint, you can contact the Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada, email: email@example.com | website: www.privcom.gc.ca.
The Canadian Council for Youth Prosperity obtains consent from users for the collection, use, or disclosure of their personal information, except where collection, use, or disclosure without consent is permitted or required by law. Consent may be expressed (e.g., orally or in writing) or implied (for example, when you provide personal information necessary for a service you have requested). With reasonable notice, you may withdraw your consent for an identified purpose, such as by using an "opt-out" option provided, if any.
We may collect usage data when you interact online with our website through the use of "cookies." A "cookie" typically contains the domain name (internet location) from which the "cookie" originated, and a randomly generated unique number or identifier. We use "cookies" to facilitate communication between your device and our website, store your preferences, authenticate users, and enable certain functions of the website.
Safeguarding Your Personal Information
Our website has been enabled for HTTPS combined with a valid SSL certificate. This means your data is encrypted and authenticated and therefore secured. A small padlock icon located beside our website address in your browser signifies the added security.