Privacy statement

Users can visit this website without revealing any personal information about themselves. However, technical information, such as the date, time and length of your visit, browser type and IP address, may be used to analyze traffic patterns. Most web hosting companies offer these statistical analyses for website management. We will not share any information collected for website management with third parties whether by sale, gift, trade, or any other method.

This website does not use cookies to track user information. We do not feature third-party advertisements which would serve as gateways to commercial sites.

We will use your personal information only if you subscribe for notifications of updates to the Arborealis web site on the Subscribe to mailing list page. Your name and e-mail address would be used in order to send you information about the latest additions to this website, with the following limitations:

  • We will confine our notifications to announcements of new blog articles and new additions of historical material. We would not send you trivial notices about minor changes, edits, and corrections.
  • Your name and e-mail address would not be stored on this website.
  • Your name and e-mail address will not be shared with or sold to anyone. We will not harvest your personal information in order to send you spam. Please remember, this is a not-for-profit family and local history web site: we are not engaged in business and commerce.

In publishing family histories, we do not include the names or other personal information about living persons. However, if we have made an error in this regard, please contact us.

This site contains links to other websites which we think may interest our readers. However, once you have used these links to leave our site, we do not have any control over the content, functionality, accuracy, completeness, or privacy policy of those or any other websites. We do not necessarily agree with the opinions expressed on other websites. Since this privacy statement applies only to Arborealis, you should consult the privacy statements or policies featured on those websites.

This web site is produced in Canada, and we endeavour to abide by Canadian laws governing freedom of information and protection of privacy. 🇨🇦

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This page was published on the 11th June 2016, and edited on the 3rd Oct. 2016.

"The past is a foreign country; they do things differently there."—Lesley Poles Hartley (1895–1972), The Go-Between (1953).

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