Cookie Policy

Cookie Policy

The Canadian Evaluation Society (CES) is committed to protecting privacy and acts in compliance with the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (PIPEDA), as amended and updated on the Government of Canada's website. The Privacy Policy applies to personal information collected, used and disclosed by the Canadian Evaluation Society and includes the personal information of members and non‐members, including those who visit the CES website. “Personal Information” for the purposes of this policy means information about an individual except the name, title, business address, or business telephone number of an individual.

The Privacy Officer for the CES is the Chair of the Governance and Process Committee. 

Questions or Concerns Related to the Privacy Policy may be submitted in writing to: 

Privacy Officer
C/O Canadian Evaluation Society Secretariat
3‐247 Barr Street, Renfrew, ON  K7V 1J6
Tel: 1‐855‐251‐5721 
Fax: 1‐613‐432‐6840


CES collects personal information primarily for registration and payment purposes. The Society makes every effort to limit the amount and type of personal information collected to that which is deemed necessary for the purpose of administering the affairs of CES. Members are asked to voluntarily provide information during the membership registration and renewal processes that can assist CES in ensuring the accuracy of our membership information. This enables the organization to provide better services by understanding the diversity of our membership. CES may contact its members directly to gather additional information for organization planning purposes.

The CES membership database consists of information compiled from the membership application and renewal forms. The CES membership database and its derivatives or products are the sole property of the CES and its Chapters. CES members who knowingly do not comply with CES privacy policies when using the membership database information may have their membership revoked indefinitely by the CES Board of Directors. Both CES members and non‐members who knowingly do not comply with the use of membership information may be subject to criminal prosecution or civil action.

In the normal course of establishing and maintaining web connections, the CES Website automatically logs information about visitors. The server logs record statistical information, such as visitors’ IP addresses, time and duration of visit, and web pages visited. This information is collected so that website content may be continuously improved. These statistics are reported in aggregate form only. 

Server log information is not linked to any other data in a way that would enable the identification of individual visitors. Cookies are used only to ensure the delivery of service reserved to members.