SPAR’s practices for the protection of privacy and confidentiality on the site . Spar Leasing (hereinafter called SPAR), is a company incorporated in Canada, located at 1855 Ch. St-François, Dorval, QC H9P 1K3. SPAR is the owner and administrator of the website . Protecting your privacy is important to SPAR. In this document, SPAR discloses its information practices on its websites, including the types of information it searches for and collects, how it uses it and the third parties with whom it shares it. SPAR has implemented these practices on its home page (    ). In addition, he instructs all of his web masters to include information on his privacy practices wherever personal information is collected on one of his sites.

Personal information

In general, you can browse SPAR websites without identifying yourself or revealing any personal information about you. However, there are times when SPAR or its partners may need certain information about you. You can choose to provide SPAR with personal information in a variety of situations. For example, you may decide to provide SPAR with information, including your name, address and email address, which may be necessary to correspond with you, process an order, or provide you with a subscription. You can provide SPAR with information about your credit card in order to make a purchase from SPAR, or provide it with a description of your education and professional experience in the event you wish to apply for a position. SPAR intends to inform you of how it will use this information before collecting it from you. If you indicate to SPAR that you do not want them to use this information to contact you subsequently, they will comply with your request. If you provide SPAR with personal information about another person, such as a spouse or co-worker, SPAR will consider that person has authorized you to do so.

Use and sharing of personal information

The following paragraphs further describe how SPAR may use your personal information and with whom it may share it. Depending on the type of SPAR website you are visiting, one or more of these paragraphs may apply. For example, if you order a product from one of its websites, your information will be processed as indicated in, among other things, the paragraphs “Processing transaction requests” and “Use for marketing purposes”.

Processing transaction requests

If you are making a request from a SPAR website (for example, if you request a product or service, an email request, or specific marketing materials), SPAR will use the information you provide to respond to your wishes. In order to achieve this, SPAR may share information with its related entities or third parties, for example other internal units, business partners, financial institutions, transportation companies, postal or government authorities (such as customs authorities) when processing the request. In connection with a transaction, SPAR may also communicate with you as part of its customer satisfaction surveys or for market research purposes.

Use for marketing purposes

The information you provide to SPAR on some of its websites may also be used by SPAR and by designated third parties for marketing purposes. Before using it, however, SPAR will give you the opportunity to choose whether or not your information will be used in this way.

Human resources websites (including recruitment)

If you are applying or searching for a position (posted on a SPAR website or otherwise communicated), you may be providing information about yourself, such as in a resume. SPAR may use this information within its related entities for the purpose of evaluating your application or in the course of your research. SPAR will retain this information for further analysis, unless you tell it not to do so.

Business partner information

If you represent a business partner, you can visit a SPAR website specifically for business partners. SPAR may use the information provided on such a site to manage and develop its business relationship with you, with the business partner you represent and with SPAR business partners in general. This may include, for example, using your information to send you detailed information about its trading partners’ programs and sharing certain information with other trading partners (subject to applicable confidentiality), SPAR customers or potential customers. In connection with a particular transaction or program, SPAR may also communicate with you through customer satisfaction surveys or for market research purposes.

Supplier management

If you represent a supplier, you can visit a SPAR website specifically for suppliers. SPAR may use the information provided on such a site in connection with a transaction with you. This may include, for example, sharing information with other internal units, business partners, customers, transportation companies, financial institutions, postal or government authorities as part of the transaction. This information may also be used to manage and develop its relationship with you, with the supplier you represent and with other SPAR suppliers in general.

Discussion Groups

If you participate in a SPAR discussion group, you should be aware that the information you provide is generally made available to third parties (inside or outside SPAR) having access to this group. of discussing. Please also note that each discussion group may be subject to additional regulations and conditions. In a discussion group , the opinion of a participant is specific to that participant and can in no way be interpreted as being the opinion of SPAR.

Other website notices

In some cases, specific websites owned by SPAR may contain other notices regarding their use and the privacy practices applicable to those sites.

SPAR practices worldwide

SPAR is a global organization with legal entities, business processes, management structures and cross-border technical systems. SPAR’s privacy practices are designed to protect your personal information around the world. SPAR may share your personal information internally and transfer it to the countries where it does business. Some countries may offer less legal protection for your information. Regardless of the country, SPAR will process the information as described herein.

Quality and security of information

SPAR intends to protect your personal information and ensure its quality. It implements appropriate measures and processes, such as using encryption when transmitting certain sensitive information, to help it protect your information and ensure its quality.

Further information

If necessary, SPAR may supplement the information you provide to it through a SPAR website with information from other sources, such as information used to verify your address or other information. available to businesses to help it maintain the accuracy of the information it collects and to provide better service.

Use of suppliers

In some cases, SPAR uses suppliers to collect, use, analyze and otherwise process information on its behalf. In accordance with its practices, SPAR requires these providers to process information in accordance with its policies.

Mergers and Acquisitions

Circumstances may arise where, for strategic or other business reasons, SPAR decides to sell, buy, merge or otherwise reorganize companies in certain countries. Such transactions may include the disclosure of personal information to actual or potential buyers, or the receipt of such information disclosed by sellers. According to its practices, SPAR will attempt to obtain an appropriate level of protection for the information subject to these types of transactions.

Cookies, web beacons and other technologies

Occasionally, in order to provide better customer service, SPAR collects anonymous information from visitors to its websites. For example, it takes into account information about visitors’ domains and measures the activity that visitors generate on its websites, but it does so using methods that ensure the anonymity of the information collected. This anonymous information is sometimes called “route data”. SPAR or third parties, on its behalf, can use this data to analyze trends or compile statistics, thereby providing better customer service. In addition, if SPAR collects some of your personal information in connection with a transaction, it may extract, in an anonymous format, information relating to that transaction and combine it with other anonymous information, such as route data. This anonymous information is used and analyzed only in aggregate to help SPAR understand trends. This information is not analyzed on an individual basis. If you do not want your transaction details to be used this way, you can disable cookies. SPAR collects the information described in the previous paragraphs using various technologies, including “cookies”. A cookie is a piece of information that a website sends to your browser and that it can possibly save on your system as an anonymous label identifying your computer and not your person. It is to better meet your needs, when you return to the website, that SPAR or its third-party providers use, in certain pages, these cookies or other technologies. You can set your browser to notify you of the presence of cookies, thus leaving you the option of accepting them or not. You can also set your browser to disable cookies. However, if you do, some websites may not function properly. Some SPAR websites also use “web beacons” or other technologies; which makes it possible to better adapt these sites to offer better customer service. These technologies may be used on multiple pages of websites. If a visitor accesses one of these pages, an anonymous notice relating to this visit is generated and can then be processed by SPAR or its suppliers. Web beacons usually work with cookies. If you do not want your cookie information to be associated with your visits to these pages, you can set your browser to disable cookies. If you disable cookies, web beacons and other technologies will still detect your visits to these pages, but the notices generated cannot be combined with other anonymous cookie information and will not be taken into account.

Service quality control

Some web transactions may include a phone call between you and SPAR. Please note that monitoring, and in some cases recording, these calls for staff training, safety or quality assurance purposes is part of its current practice.

Online advertising

Some companies are helping SPAR to advertise online, such as banner ads. These companies may collect and use customer information to help SPAR understand what types of offers, promotions, and advertisements are most attractive to customers. The information collected is then assembled so that it cannot be associated with a specific person.

Custom URL links

Occasionally, SPAR may personalize websites for certain visitors. You could therefore visit one of these personalized sites, that is to say containing references to products or services which are likely to interest you, according to your previous interactions with it and the information you have provided to it. When you visit these websites, SPAR may collect information about your visits to better tailor these sites to your interests. Invitations to visit these websites usually come in the form of a custom URL link in an email, a notice on a website’s registration page, or a response when you log in to a particular website. If you choose to visit one of these websites, you agree that it will collect information about your visits and combine it with other information about you and your relationship with SPAR. If you do not want your information to be used in this way, do not agree to visit these sites.

Disclosures required by law

Please note that in certain circumstances, personal information may need to be disclosed following subpoenas, warrants, or court or government orders.

Privacy technology

Increasingly, technology will help you have more control over your personal information. It will also be useful for organizations in managing their privacy practices and policies. As an information technology supplier, SPAR actively supports the development of privacy technologies to facilitate the achievement of these objectives and to generate greater confidence in the means used to process personal information. There are other products and services available that can help you protect your personal information while browsing the web. Please see for an overview of many privacy-related tools. Please note that SPAR has not formally evaluated these tools.

Links to non-SPAR websites

SPAR websites may contain links to other websites. SPAR assumes no responsibility for the privacy practices or the content of these websites.

Notice of changes

This privacy statement was updated on October 15, 2007. A notice will be posted on the home page of SPAR’s website for thirty (30) days each time this document is changed from importantly.

Access and privacy issues

If you have any questions about this statement, you can send an email to the SPAR website coordinator. You can also contact SPAR at the same address if you have a question about the processing of your information, if you wish to obtain a copy of certain information that you have provided, or if the information is inaccurate and you wish to have it corrected. . However, before disclosing information to you or correcting any errors, SPAR may ask you to provide it with certain information to enable it to verify your identity or respond to your request. SPAR will endeavor to respond to requests within an appropriate timeframe. © Copyright 2020 – SPAR INC.