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Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy

Protecting Your Information 

The Christian Heritage Party is committed to protecting your privacy by keeping all the information you provide us secure and confidential. 
We do not give out any contact information to 3rd parties other than that which is required by law. 

Donor Information: We are a federal political party and governed by the Canada Elections Act, and as such, donor information, like names and addresses, on amounts over $200 is provided to Elections Canada. 

Members Information: Member’s information will be shared with your local electoral district associations (EDAs) and provincial councils. This information includes, name, address, phone number,  email address and membership details. We encourage you to provide us with updates of your changed personal information. You can notify us at , by mail at CHP Canada, P.O. Box 4958, Station E, Ottawa, ON K1S 5J1 or by phone 1-888-868-3247 (1-888 Vote CHP). 

Email: We provide regular information to those who have requested it via email. Once having subscribed you may unsubscribe by clicking the link provided at the bottom of our emails. 

Website: Our website is hosted and managed by Marketing Integrity. All personal information is managed in accordance with our privacy policy and all reasonable efforts are made to ensure our website is secure and safe for your browsing. 

Database: Both our database and our website contain security measures to protect against the loss, misuse, or alteration of the information you have entrusted to us. 

Policy Changes: Should our privacy policy change, you will be notified in our quarterly Update. 

IP Addresses: We do log IP addresses, or the location of your computer network on the Internet, for systems administration and troubleshooting purposes. We may also use IP addresses for analytics purposes to track which pages people visit in order to improve the quality of our website. This does not reveal any specific 
demographic information about you personally. 

Cookies: Like most websites, we do use cookies, which are small text files stored on the user’s browser. For example, we use cookies to assist with site analysis which includes tracking the time and date  of website visits, pages viewed and referring URL’s. There are simple ways to refuse cookies, or accept them each time they are offered.  Consult your browser’s online help for assistance on changing cookie  settings or removing cookie files.