Privacy Policy

Using our contact form does not subscribe you to our mailing list. We do not add your email to any contact list outside of responding to your inquiry, unless you specifically opt-in for us to do so.  Your e-mail address is not stored on our servers.

When you subscribe to a newsletter e-mail list, your name and e-mail address is stored either offline or with a trusted third-party e-mail service provider; this way we can send you occasional newsletters. We may share your e-mail address with a third-party e-mail production partner in order for us to create, send and manage newsletter e-mails.  All third-party service providers we use are also bound by privacy policies.

You may unsubscribe from any e-mail list at any time. will never ask for Credit Card details and requests that you do not enter any Credit Card information on any of our forms.

Your IP address is your internet identity and is made up of a series of four numbers.  It allows you to connect to the internet.  Your IP address cannot reveal your name, home address, age, or what you’ve looked at online.  Your IP address may reveal your city;  however, it may also be off by hundreds of miles.  We use this information for traffic monitoring and security purposes only – identifying spammers and attempted hacks.


A “cookie” is a small data text file that is placed in your browser and allows to recognize you each time you visit this site (customization, etc). Cookies themselves do not contain any personal information, and does not use cookies to collect personal information. uses Google Analytics to track traffic to the site and to improve our content for visitors. Learn how Google uses data when you use our partners’ sites or apps.

We track browser information such as city, province or state, country, device, time of day, pages spent, length of time on site, as part of our analytics.  Google is not able to tell us your identity or your home address. Browsing habits such as interests are collected in aggregate and this information is only available once there is enough data to protect the individual.

For more information read The Google Analytics security and privacy principles which summarize the steps Google  takes to help keep your data protected.

You can opt out of the Google Analytics Advertising Features may use, including through Ad Settings, Ad Settings for mobile apps, or any other available means (for example, the NAI’s consumer opt out) by visiting Google Analytics’ currently available opt-out tools for the web.

We take privacy seriously. Under no circumstances do we sell or rent or share or otherwise distribute any information with any other party unless required by law.