We use software programs that use “cookies” to track how visitors use this website and to determine the previously visited sites. A cookie is a small file which contains limited information about your actions on our website. The cookie is stored on your computer but does not collect any personal data that would allow us to identify you individually.
The type of information we collect and store within each cookie helps us determine your interests only, allowing us to serve better content tailored for you.
Third Party Cookies
Programs we use to track cookies include Google Analytics, Remarketing with Google Analytics, DoubleClick platform (DoubleClick for Publishers), and other 3rd party agencies such as Facebook, Youtube and Pinterest. By interacting with embedded content from one of these 3rd party providers, you might be sent a cookie by them to track your actions. We do not control the type of information collected by these cookies.
Cookies & Personal identifiable information
Personal identifiable information includes, but is not limited to name, address, telephone number, an identification number, physical, physiological, genetic, mental, economic, cultural or social identity or payment information.
Our cookies do not collect any personal information.
We collect the domain name from each visitor as well as statistical information, such as the number of visitors and the pages viewed.
The information we collect is used to enhance the usability and improve the content of our website. It may be used to personalize content delivery and for statistical purposes.
Use of personal information
Personal identifying information may be collected through other means e-newsletter lists, mailing lists, online request forms, contests, feedback forms, surveys, and personal interest forms. Any personal data that you provide is stored in a secure location. To be removed from any of these lists, you can unsubscribe, email us, or use our contact us page to request complete removal from our records.
This information will only be used for those purposes for which it was given, and is protected under the Privacy Act. All data is compiled so that any information you provide cannot be linked back to you personally. Personal information will not be shared or or sold to partners or third parties unless otherwise indicated or unless required to do so by law.
Managing Your Cookies
You can manage your cookies in your browser settings, limiting what information to store, how long to store it for, or to completely block cookies from being used. Be aware that completely blocking cookies will affect your overall browsing experience, and will prevent sites from being able to personalise your visit.
Collection of information
Travel Manitoba employs software programs to monitor network traffic to identify unauthorized attempts to upload or change information, or otherwise cause damage. This software receives and records the Internet Protocol (IP) address of the computer that has contacted our website, the date and time of the visit and the pages visited. We will not link these addresses with the identity of individuals visiting our site unless we detect an attempt to damage the site.
As a requirement of the new Canadian Anti Spam Legislation (CASL), we are required to collect basic information from each individual who signs up for our email newsletters. This includes date, time, name and IP address. This law is designed to help protect you from unwanted solicitation (spam).
At Travel Manitoba, we wish to provide you with useful and up-to-date travel information. We do this through publications, announcements, advertisements, our services, newsletters, upcoming events and other communications for the purpose of establishing, developing and managing our relationship with your and providing you our best services. Occasionally, we send out messages on behalf of third parties (E.G. sponsors, partners, travel industry members). These might include special deals, packages, announcements, products and other travel related information. We do not give these third parties access to our email lists.
You can withdraw consent at any time by either using the unsubscribe form, or by contacting us by email at email@example.com (posting of this email address should not be considered implied consent for electronic marketing messages, and should be used only for informational queries).
Travel Manitoba’s websites and online publications contain links to other sites. Please be aware that we are not responsible for the information collection processes on these sites and cannot control how the information is used.
If your concerns have not been addressed adequately, you can contact the Office of the Privacy Commissioner at (613) 995-8210 or firstname.lastname@example.org or by postal mail to:
Office of the Privacy Commissioner
112 Kent Street
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