Privacy Policy

Privacy and Disclosure

The Squamish Nation Constitution Project (“Constitution Project”) is committed to protecting the privacy and security of its web visitors. Any personally identifiable information we collect will be used solely by and for the Constitution Project and the Squamish Nation Communications Department (“Communications Department). It will not be shared with any other party unless you have given explicit consent to the disclosure or the disclosure is permitted under the Privacy Act. We will never sell or trade mailing lists for commercial purposes, nor allow any of our external suppliers to sell or trade our mailing lists.

Submitting personal information to the Constitution Project means you are giving consent to use your personal information in accordance with the privacy notice statement. When you register for a conference or event, subscribe to a printed or web-based information delivery system, you consent to the Constitution Project and the Communications Department contacting you with information on other events or services we may offer and you may opt out of receiving communications from us by unsubscribing on the email you receive.

Use of External Suppliers

The Constitution Project uses external service providers for some projects that may include the collection of personal information. As a result, some personal information may be stored on computer systems owned and operated by these outside providers. These service providers are bound by contract with the Squamish Nation Constitution Project to treat all personal information they receive in a manner consistent with the Constitution Project’s Privacy Policy and the provisions of Canada’s Privacy Act. 


We have attempted to ensure that the information contained in this site is accurate, relevant and up-to-date. We cannot, however, assume responsibility should errors or omissions occur.

Links to other websites: the Squamish Nation Constitution Project website may contain links to other websites. Those websites are not under the control of the Constitution Project and are provided solely for the convenience of users. The Constitution Project is not responsible or liable for the content of, or the privacy practices employed by other sites. We encourage you to examine each site’s privacy policy and disclaimers so that you can make your own decisions regarding the accuracy, reliability and correctness of material and information found on linked websites.

Copyright and Trademark Protection

The contents of all materials on this site are the property of the Squamish Nation Constitution Project. Distribution for commercial use without permission is strictly prohibited.

The contents of this site may be viewed, downloaded, or printed for personal, non-profit and non-commercial use only. The Constitution Project requests that if you use the content in a document or other publication (print or electronic) for personal, non-profit and non-commercial use, that attribution and recognition be given to the Squamish Nation Constitution Project. The Constitution Project reserves the right to disallow use of its content at any time.

The name Squamish Nation Constitution Project, the logo of the Constitution Project, as well as any/all of the related names and graphics are the property of the Squamish Nation Constitution Project and may not be duplicated or used without permission. Commercial use is strictly prohibited.