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The information is intended solely for entertainment purposes and may not be used as a substitute for professional advice and/or information, as circumstances will vary from person to person. You should not act or rely upon this information without seeking professional advice. Do not attempt any of the suggested actions, solutions, remedies, or instructions found on this website without first consulting with a qualified professional. They are not intended to be nor do they constitute actionable professional advice. Transmission of this information is not intended to create a professional-client relationship between BCCA (or it’s parent, the BC Construction Association) and you.
The owners, editors, contributors, administrators, and other staff of BCCA (a BC Construction Association web property) are not qualified professionals, and are simply aggregating information found online for entertainment purposes only.
By using this website, you hereby forfeit any and all claims, past, present, and future, against the owners, editors, contributors, administrators, and other staff of BCCA (a BC Construction Assocaition web property).
We adopt a zero tolerance approach towards the transmission of unsolicited e-mails or spam via our network. The transmission of unsolicited e-mails or spam is strictly prohibited.
BCCA will ensure to act in accordance with Canada’s Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL).
Spam: any electronic commercial message sent without the express consent of the recipient(s). Spam is also used as the vehicle for the delivery of other online threats such as spyware, phishing, and malware.
BCCA understands the goal of the anti-spam legislation in Canada is to deter damaging and misleading forms of spam. BCCA realizes that education and awareness are the key to ensuring the right steps are taken to combat spam. BCCA will ensure that network security program, spam filters and anti-virus software is utilized at all times on all company computers and related technologies.
In order to achieve the goals of the anti-spam legislation, BCCA will ensure to act in compliance with Canada’s Anti-Spam Legislation. In order to ensure compliance, commercial electronic messages (email marketing) done by BCCA will be based on a consumer opt-in approach. BCCA will gain consent for commercial electronic messages purposes prior to sending commercial messages (including emails), unless we have a pre-existing business relationship with the client, candidate, business partner, independent contractor, or affiliate, as in these particular cases consent is considered to be implied.
BCCA shall ensure the following practices are followed when using electronic messaging for marketing purposes:
- Maintain rigorous email list management practices
- Include all essential company information predominantly within the message such as our name and contact information (including address and phone number)
- Include an opt-in approach to allow subscribers to confirm they want BCCA`s messages
- Include an opt-out (or unsubscribe) message that is simple and conspicuous within the email
2) Contact Information
If you have any questions with respect to this Policy, its last updates or our practices in relation to the treatment of spam, do not hesitate to communicate with us by e-mail at email@example.com or at the following mailing address:
BC Construction Association
203-3531 Uptown Blvd.
Canada V8Z 0B9