The 110th Anniversary Giveaway Contest follows fair information practices in relation to its customers and the individuals who participate in any aspect of our Contest. View the Privacy Policy included in our Official Rules, specific to our Contest.

No personal data will be transferred or sold to any third party except in the following circumstances:

  1. when you give us permission to do so;
  2. when in good faith we believe the law requires it;
  3. under limited circumstances specifically described to you when we collect the information, such as in the rules of Contest or other promotions;
  4. to affiliated companies, provided that our affiliated companies and their agents and advisors and their respective employees are restricted from using the information for any other purpose other than as described in these Official Rules; and
  5. to our respective agents for data processing purposes, our respective professional advisors and promotional and marketing agencies, provided that such agents, professional advisors and promotional and marketing agencies are restricted from using the information for any purpose other than as described in these Official Rules.

Contest Entities may match aggregated, statistical use information to parameters established by third parties, without releasing user information. This information will not contain any personally identifiable information. Contest Entities may share aggregate information with trading partners, co-branded sites, participating entities and advertisers; however, this aggregated information will not contain personally identifiable information. Any requests for access to the information you have supplied, or to update or rectify your information must be made by email to or by prepaid mail sent to 110th Anniversary Giveaway, c/o P.O. Box 3009, M.I.P. Markham, ON L3R 6G4.


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