In some Site content, we might link to third-party websites, products, or services. These sites have their own privacy policies, so we don’t control and aren’t responsible for the content and activities of those sites.
Please note that our Site isn’t meant to be used by anyone under the age of 13. We don’t market to children or knowingly ask for their personal information.
We’ll only collect your personal information if you give it to us voluntarily. You can always visit our website anonymously and not give us any personal information, but this might prevent you from completing certain activities. Below we’ve outlined the ways we might collect your personal information.
We collect your personal information when you fill out the contact form, subscribe to our email newsletter, or apply for a job on our site. At that time, we might ask for the following personal information.
We’ll use that information to respond to you about our services or career opportunities. We might also use that information to send you marketing emails, but we’ll tell you if your information will be used for that purpose.
We’ll never ask you for your social insurance number, or other sensitive and potentially sensitive personal information.
If you’re a client, you might use our site to enter credit card details. All credit card information is stored and processed by Stripe (stripe.com), and never passes through our servers. At no time do any Habit staff have access to your credit card information.
You can change your browser’s settings to warn you every time a cookie is sent or even turn off cookies altogether. Your browser’s Help section will tell you how to do that.
We might use your information, both personal and non-personal, for the following reasons.
When you give us your email address, you’ll be invited to our marketing mailing list and given the chance to opt in to receive company news and educational content. All of our email marketing practices comply with Canadian Anti-spam Legislation (CASL). MailChimp, our email provider, is also CASL compliant.
If we intend to use any of your personal information for any other purpose, we’ll tell you what that purpose is when we collect that information.
Your personal information won’t be sold, rented, traded, transferred, or otherwise given to anyone who doesn’t work at Habit. This policy doesn’t cover legal, criminal, or other situations where we’re required by law to share that information with law enforcement or government agencies.
We use third-party services for activities like sending out newsletters or administering surveys. In those cases, we’ll only share your information with these third parties and send you the corresponding content if you’ve given us your permission to do that. We might also share anonymous visitor data with our clients, business partners, or advertisers for analytics purposes, but this data won’t be personally linked to you in any way.
You personal information might be stored in other countries that don’t have the same data protection laws as yours.
If you want to change or delete your personal information, you can do that at any time by emailing us at hello@habitHQ.ca.
If you don’t want to receive marketing communications from us anymore, you can unsubscribe by clicking the “Unsubscribe” link at the bottom of every marketing email we send. After that, you won’t get any future emails from us. Please note that this only includes marketing emails sent from hello@habitHQ.ca. You might still receive personal, non-marketing emails from someone who works at Habit.
Your personal information is kept in a secure network that can only be accessed by select Habit employees who are required to keep it confidential. We use industry-standard data collection and security practices to keep your information from being accessed, altered, shared, or destroyed without your permission. If a data breach does occur, we’ll inform you within five business days so you can take appropriate action.
Habit Creations Inc.
7708 83 Street NW
Edmonton, Alberta T6C 2Y8
Copyright © 2017 Habit Creations Inc., Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
Last updated 4 April 2017