Privacy Policy

Panorama Hills RA Ltd. Privacy Policy

“Personal information” is information about an identifiable individual.

The PHRA maintains a member registry of names, addresses and membership status to fulfill our legal obligation.

In addition to your name, address and membership status, there are other types of personal information that the PHRA may request in order to serve you better, including the following:

  • Additional contact information such as phone number, fax number and/or e-mail address.
  • Information gathered in questionnaires, community surveys or contests, or inquiries into our services.

The PHRA requests personal information to serve you better. Your personal information is used to:

  • understand your needs,

  • inform you about our services, programs and facilities that we believe may be of interest to you,

  • Administer, implement and perform our services.

In accordance with requirements for the Companies Act, the PHRA must maintain a member registry of names, addresses and membership status in order to advise of the Annual General Meeting and to send invoices for annual fees. The PHRA only collects, uses or discloses personal information for the purposes we believe you would consider appropriate under the circumstances. Your knowledge and consent are required for the collection, use or disclosure of your personal information, except as set out in this Privacy Policy.

The PHRA believes you would also expect us to contact you to advise you of new and existing services and benefits that may be of interest to you. From time to time, we will inform you of such services and benefits via mail, telephone or electronic means.

Unless you contact us to inform us otherwise, we will consider that you have consented to our continued use and disclosure of your information for these purposes.

However, in certain circumstances the PHRA may disclose information to meet legal or regulatory requirements without your consent, including:

  • collection of memberships in arrears,

  • to a lawyer or to comply with a court order or subpoena,

  • to a person authorized by law, such as the police or certain government agencies, and

  • In emergency situations in which a person’s life, health or safety is endangered.

Except as set out in this policy, or as required by law, PHRA does not sell or disclose any of your personal information to any other organization.

For further information about what your rights are under Alberta’s Personal Information Protection Act,