Information Collected
We collect personal information (name, address, email address etc) when you fill in a form on our website that requests it. When you sign up to our mailing list, we only ask for your email address. When you order products from us, we collect more information - such as your name and mailing address.

All payments are collected through our Merchant Services provider (Stripe, and in the near future-PayPal), additionally we never see or store any of your credit card or payment details.

Our website is PCI Compliant.The Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) is an information security standard for organizations that handle credit card and debit card information. Defined by the Payment Card Industry Security Standards Council, the standard was created to increase controls around credit card data to reduce credit card fraud via its exposure.

Cookies are useful files that help us provide a great functioning website for you. They remember things like what you put in your basket, or the last time you logged in. By its design, cookies do not store personal information, and when they save things like passwords- it is always encrypted. Our cookies cannot be shared with third party companies.

We also allow Google to store cookies from our website. This helps us use things like Google Analytics (to see traffic on our site, but not any specific user data), Google Fonts, hosted jQuery libraries, and Google+. Many sites that you visit will more than likely be setting cookies from Google for multiple services.

Our website will not allow or implement any tracking or cookies from Spyware or ad tracking services. We don’t endorse any sort of remarketing that will be used to infiltrate your future browsing, even if it does feature anything related to our product. Our aim is to leave a lasting impression and have you revisit our online store.

Distribution of Information

Under ZERO circumstances will we ever sell,trade, or transfer outside parties our users’ personally identifiable information

In the event that we were summoned by a government agency to assist in a fraud investigation, then we would need to be compliant with their request.

Also, The Canadian Revenue Agency can periodically requests details of our online transactions for tax auditing purposes.



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