Here are some details about our Club, how we operate, our privacy statement, and by-laws:
The purpose of our Club is to share activities among members. Activities include hiking, snowshoeing, walks, cycling, skating, skiing, etc. Activities are as wide-ranging as members interests and imaginations. Most activities are day trips, but some extend overnight, or even up to a week.
Activity planning and coordination is up to all members on a volunteer basis. We periodically provide trip coordinator training. Trip leaders set the terms and conditions of participation in their outing.
We schedule general meetings periodically. Guest speakers are invited on a variety of topics such as hiking trips, natural history, outdoor equipment, safety, and first aid.
Annual General Meeting
The Annual General Meeting is held in January, usually at Bonsor Recreation Center in Burnaby.
We hold social events throughout the year, including pot-luck dinners, picnics, and parties. Some events are formally organized by our social coordinator, some are organized by interested members.
Burnaby Outdoor Club Privacy Statement
On behalf of the Burnaby Outdoor Club, the executive collects personal information from paying members of the Club. This information is limited to first and last names, mailing address, telephone number(s), e-mail address and year of birth.
The personal information collected is used for the purposes of administering the Club's membership and providing member services. The Club collects contact information from its members in order to send out newsletters and other relevant information, and to inform members of upcoming Club events. Internally, access to personal information is restricted to executive members of the Club in order to carry out the above mentioned duties.
The Club does not collect, use or disclose personal information of its members except when members give consent and provide the information on a voluntary basis. For example, the Club publishes on a monthly basis the contact names and telephone numbers of the trip coordinators in the Club's newsletter ("Footnotes") and on the Bivouac web site. Members and general public contact the trip coordinators in order to ask questions about the event and to sign up according to the rules of the Club. The Club does not sell, trade or rent any personal information with third parties.
Anyone can access the Burnaby Outdoor Club home page at www.burnabyoutdoor.com and browse the site without disclosing their personal data. The Club web site does not enable visitors to communicate with other visitors or to post information to be accessed by others. "Cookies" are not used on the Club web site. The Club does not automatically log personal data or link information automatically logged by other means with personal data about specific members.
Burnaby Outdoor Club's designated Privacy Officer is the President. If you have any questions or concerns regarding personal information collected by the Club, please contact Russell Friesen at firstname.lastname@example.org