CanadaCentral.ca uses “cookies” in our services, such as clear gifs, web beacons, pixels, tags, browser analysis tools, and server logs, as well as any other technology that collects data about applicants/clients and stores information on their device’s local storage.
Canada Central employs these to improve services, log applicants/clients onto our services, personalize content, protect from spam, save preferences and prevent abuse, while exposing applicants/clients to all relevant data, and statistical purposes and ads.
A “cookie” is a small amount of information that a web server sends to a local browser that stores information about your account, your preferences, and your use of that website.
Cookies may contain serial numbers that allow Canada Central to connect your activity with other information stored in your profile or as related to your interactions with the service provided to you.
Some cookies are temporary, and others may be last longer.
“Session” cookies are temporary cookies used for various reasons, such as to manage page views. The browser usually erases session cookies once exiting.
“Persistent” cookies are more permanent cookies stored on the computer beyond exit.
What kind of cookies do we employ?
The types of cookies employed by Canada Central are either “essential cookies”, “content cookies”, or “analytics cookies”.
Your browser preferences can be modified to accept or reject all cookies or request a notification when cookies are placed. You may read more about cookies on: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HTTP_cookie
Server log files: CanadaCentral.ca automatically gathers server log file data when applicants visit our website. This includes IP address, browser type, referring and exit web pages, and operating system.
Pixel tags and web beacons are tiny graphic images placed on website pages or in emails that allow CanadaCentral.ca to determine whether applicants/clients performed specific actions. When accessing these pages or opening email messages, the pixel tags and web beacons generate a notice that notifies CanadaCentral.ca. These tools allow Canada Central to measure response to our communications and improve our webpages and promotions.
CanadaCentral services use “cookies” to improve services in several fashions.