Privacy Policy

Collection of Personal Information

The Burrardview Community Association respects the privacy of its members. Our goal is to protect your personal information. We adhere to strict policies that protect the confidentiality of any personally identifiable information such as names, e-mail addresses and telephone numbers, as per provincial privacy legislation. The BCA will not sell, rent, trade or otherwise disclose to third parties the personal information you provide to us.

Privacy & Terms of Use for Internet Visitors

The terms and conditions outlined in the following privacy policy apply to users, viewers and all people who have access to the Burrardview Community Association (BCA) website. By using or viewing this site, you agree to its terms and conditions.

The BCA reserves the right to change, modify, add to or remove portions of any terms, conditions, policies or disclaimers published on its internet site. To ensure that you know what terms and conditions currently apply, occasional checks of this page and the disclaimer are recommended.

The Burrardview Community Association respects the privacy of its web visitors. Our goal is to protect your information on the internet in the same way we protect it in all the other ways we interact with you – in our service offices or at your home or business location; through mail correspondence; and on the phone. We adhere to strict policies that protect the confidentiality of any personally identifiable information such as names, e-mail addresses and telephone numbers.
Specifics of how the Burrardview Community Association gathers and uses internet information are outlined below. If there are any questions or concerns not addressed here, please email us. By using this site, you signify your assent to our privacy policy.

Access to the Burrardview Community Association website and use of many of its services/features typically do not require providing any personal information whatsoever.

“Cookie” technology captures summary – not individual – information on visitor use patterns. This is computer code that tracks “traffic” so we can determine how effective a given page is in meeting informational or service needs. Apart from providing a performance measure for the association’s internet site, the data is otherwise meaningless.
A cookie contains no information that personally identifies visitors to the association’s website and is strictly geared to providing internal performance data. The Burrardview Community Association knows nothing of an internet visitor’s browsing path once he or she has left the website.

The only personally identifying information arising from your use of the association’s website is what you supply to us on a voluntary basis. For example, this could be in connection with the following: registering for subscription services or submitting comments, suggestions or questions through an e-mail.

Burrardview Community Association
c/o McGill Grocery Store
2691 McGill Street
Vancouver, BC
V5K 1H2