This website is owned, operated, and maintained by TERESA’s Food Inc., referred to as "this website" in the following document.
WE RESPECT YOUR PRIVACY
This website respects the privacy of our employees, our suppliers and our clients and ensures that the personal information we collect remains secure and protected. There are times where personal information must be shared with an interested third party. In such circumstances, this website will not release any personal information without first advising of its intended use and obtaining the permission to do so from the affected individual. We do not automatically gather any personal information from you, such as your name, phone number, email, or address. This information is only obtained if you supply it voluntarily, usually by contacting us via email or registering in a secure portion of the site.
We constantly self-evaluate our practices and procedures to maintain the highest standard in this regard. This website will make every effort to ensure personal information remains current and is updated internally and with third party suppliers in a timely manner. Individuals are expected to update this website with any changes to their personal information. The information will only be updated when required for the intended, previously described, purposes. Only employees who need the information to perform a specific job have access to personal information.
We store data on secure databases and possibly in paper document files in our offices. The processes of our business include sharing your personal information with others to carry out our placement services. Email transmission can be accessed by other internet users. If you want to keep certain information confidential, you may contact us by telephone, in person, or via mail. This website has set mandatory retention time limits based on Provincial Employment and Labour Standards and third-party suppliers are instructed to follow the same guidelines.
WE MONITOR WEBSITE TRAFFIC
Like most web servers on the internet, our servers maintain access logs that record web browser activity. These logs associate an Internet Protocol (IP) address with each request for content from the servers. When you visit this website, our web server automatically collects a limited amount of standard information essential to the operation and evaluation of the website. This information includes:
- the page from which you arrived,
- the date and time of your page request,
- the IP address your computer is using to receive information,
- the type and version of your browser, and
- the name and size of the file you request.
This information helps us assess our services and is used only for this purpose. It is collected in compliance with section 33 of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy (FOIP) Act. This information is collected to help make our site more useful to visitors, to learn about the number of visitors to our site, and to learn about the types of technology our visitors use. We do not track information about individuals and their visit. We will not identify users or their browsing activities, except as required by a law of Alberta or Canada or if we are compelled to produce this information for a legal proceeding. For security purposes and to ensure that this service remains available to all users, this computer system employs software programs to monitor network traffic to identify unauthorized attempts to upload or change information, or otherwise cause damage. Except for authorized law enforcement investigations, no other attempts are made to identify individual users or their usage habits.
WE MAY USE 'COOKIES'
Our web servers are able to use "cookie" technology to keep track of the web browsers with which they are communicating. During a cookie transaction, a web server will hand a web browser some data prescribed by the web site's developers. The web browser will return that data with its next request for content from the website. Using this technology, it is possible for an application running on a web server to distinguish one web browser's activity from another.
WHEN WE USE 'COOKIES'Our web servers will make use of such cookies when required to identify ongoing sessions with individual online visitors. Examples include:
- To associate a particular visitor with his or her own permit, application, etc.
- To prevent abuse of online surveys and questionnaires.
- To provide customized content and user-interface features to visitors who have specifically requested such services.
HOW WE USE 'COOKIES'
In all cases, the cookie data this website web servers may hand your browser contain only "session" identifying information. No other personal information is passed to your browser, where it may be stored on your own computer. Cookie-related data is not permanently stored on this website' web servers. Information stored temporarily in our cookie collection never includes a visitor's name or address or sensitive data.Further, this website does not match for its records any session-identifying cookie information with the Internet Protocol (IP) addresses described above in the information on monitoring Web-Site Traffic.This website is committed to the security of personal information it may collect online or offline. this website has taken reasonable precautions to protect this personal information from loss, misuse or alteration. Any third parties who may have roles in managing such information on behalf of this website are also committed to the same principles.
WE LINK TO OTHER WEBSITES
This website includes links to web pages or sites operated by third parties. We endeavor to make it clear that certain links will take you away from our site and to destinations over which we have no control.Our public website privacy statement does not apply to the sites of third parties to which we link. Instead, we encourage you to review the policies of these sites yourself upon your arrival.
- Solicitor-client privilege
- Litigation privilege
- Security and ongoing fraud investigations
- Proprietary or trade secret information
- Sensitive medical information that could be obtained through other means
- Requests that would prove prohibitively costly to provide
- Requests that could reasonably be expected to threaten the life or security of another individual
- This list is not exhaustive and other reasons may be considered justifiable.