Data Privacy Policy

  1. Controller and recipients of the personal data

We hereby inform you that your personal data collected on this website and, more generally, in the context of the business relationship that you may have with our company, are processed by Prairie Malt ULC, 600, 12220 STONY PLAIN ROAD, T5N 3Y4 Edmonton.

The personal data collected are intended to be processed by Prairie Malt ULC. The personal data will also be made accessible to our technical providers (“subcontractors” within the meaning of the regulation), for the strict needs of their mission.

 

  1. Purposes of the collection of personal data

Where some of your personal data is required for us to execute a contract to which you or your company are parties, or to meet a regulatory obligation, we will notify you at the time of the collection.

Your personal data will be used in different ways, depending on the reason you have come into contact with our company:

  • For the needs of the performance of your contract or a contract entered into by the company that you represent (execution of the obligations, invoicing, monitoring of the performance of the contract, delivery, after-sales services and claims, management of the client file, debt management and litigation, organization of contests, lotteries or any promotional operation based on your participation);
  • In order to take steps at requests prior to entering into a contract (management of the candidates’ applications, request for information on our group or the drawing up of estimates);
  • To meet our legal, accounting and tax obligations ;

Your data will also be used, unless you object, to meet our legitimate needs for conducting satisfaction surveys, needs analysis, improving the quality of our services through better customer knowledge, as well as for commercial prospecting purposes, within the limits of your interests and rights.

 

  1. Rights of the data subject

We remind you that, in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation, you have the right to access, rectify any inaccurate data concerning you and, in the cases provided for by the regulation, to object, to obtain the erasure of certain data or restriction of processing, or to request their portability for transmission to a third party, but also to define the fate of your data after your death.

If you want to exercise your rights, please write us at the following address, Prairie Malt ULC, 600, 12220 STONY PLAIN ROAD, T5N 3Y4 Edmonton., and attach any appropriate supporting document to justify your identity and, if subject to legal restrictions, your request. You may also send your request to the following email address: dpo@axereal.com.

We also inform you that you can register on the Bloctel phone canvassing opt-out list.

 

  1. Retention of personal data

Your personal data will be stored as long as they are needed to fulfill the aforementioned purposes, in particular during the following periods:

Performance of the contracts 3 years after the end of the business relationship
Better knowledge of the clients, direct marketing 3 years following the last contact
Recruitment 2 years following the last contact with the candidate
Performance of solicitation operations 3 years following the date of collection of the data or the first contact originated with the prospect
Loyalty program (satisfaction surveys, complaints procedures and after-sale services) During the business relationship period
Monitoring of clients relations (studies, surveys, product testing) During the business relationship period
Conducting clients surveys During the business relationship period
Organization of contests, lotteries or any promotional operation 3 years following the end of the business relationship or the last contact
Keeping a list of the persons who object to direct marketing purposes 3 years following the registration on the list
Constitution and management of the client and prospect file 3 years following the date of collection of the data or the first contact originated with the prospect
Management of delinquency, pre-litigation and litigation Pre-litigation: until amicable settlement or failing that, until the prescription of the legal action

 

Litigation: until the exhaustion of remedies

Cookies management 13 months

At the end of these periods, your personal data will be deleted from the active databases and, if necessary, archived for a period not exceeding the statutory limitation periods or the applicable archiving obligations. Once these deadlines expire, the personal data will be destroyed.

 

  1. Contact the Data Protection Officer

For any additional information or difficulty relating to the processing of your data, you may contact our Data Protection Officer (DPO) at the following address: dpo@axereal.com;

In case of unresolved difficulty, you can refer the matter to a supervisory authority [in France, the CNIL]

 

COOKIES

In order to make the navigation easier, cookies may be installed on your computer. a cookie does not allow us to identify you. In general, it records information relating to your computer’s navigation on our site (the pages you have visited, the date and time of the consultation, etc.) that we can read during your subsequent visits. These anonymous files can be transmitted to partners. Most recent browsers allow users to decide whether to accept or reject cookies and to choose how long they are kept (see practical details below).

 

WHY COOKIES ?

The website [prairiemalt.com] uses cookies in order to facilitate and / or personalize your use of its website, and thus to better fulfill your expectations. The website [prairiemalt.com] and / or its partners install (s) by default one or more “cookies” on your computer or your connection terminal, in order to facilitate navigation, to optimize and personalize advertising space and remember your login and password. The shelf life of this information placed in the form of cookies on your computer is 13 months.

 

DELETE COOKIES STORED ON YOUR COMPUTER

Regardless of your browser, you are free to delete the cookies stored in your browser at any time. How to destroy cookie files already installed on your computer?

Open your Internet browser:

If you are using Firefox, go to “Tools” and select “Erase my tracks …”. Check the “cookies” box and click on the “Clear my tracks now” button.

If you are using Internet Explorer, go to “Tools” and select “Internet Options”. In the “General” tab of the window that opens, click on “Delete cookies”.

If you are using Safari, go to “Edit” and select “Preferences”. In the “Security” tab of the window that opens, click on “Show cookies” then “Delete all”.

If you are using Google Chrome, go to “Tools” and select “History”, then “Clear browsing data”. You can therefore delete your cookies.

These procedures are given for information only and may vary depending on the version of your browser and any future updates.

 

MANAGE COOKIES AND CONFIGURE YOUR BROWSER

Whatever your browser, you are free to oppose the storage of cookies. You are, however, informed that access to certain services and sections of the websites you visit may then and in this case be altered.

How can you oppose the registration of “cookies” (opt-out)?

You will need to configure your browser for this. These settings are most often made from the “Tools” and “Internet option” menu then “Privacy” or “Confidentiality” of your browser.

Open your Internet browser:

If you are using Mozilla Firefox, choose the “Tools” menu then “Options”, click on the “Privacy” icon, locate the “Cookie” menu and select the options that suit you. You can also view the cookies placed.

If you are using Microsoft Internet Explorer, choose the “Tools” menu then “Internet Options”, click on the “Confidentiality” tab, select the desired level using the cursor.

If you are using Safari, choose “General safari settings”, then “Security”, you can then decide to accept, refuse or view the cookies placed

If you use Google Chrome, choose the menu “History” then “Preferences” then “Privacy”

These procedures are given for information only and may vary depending on the version of your browser and any future updates.

 

For more information on the protection of personal data, we invite you to consult the legal provisions available on the website of the National Commission for Informatics and Liberties via the following link: http://www.cnil.fr/