The intent of the Deathly Matters website and its authors is to offer information of a general nature and users should not rely on it in connection with the making of any decision. All facts, data and other information, collectively the “Information” in the pages of this website is subject to change without notice, and is not intended to be relied on by visitors as binding legal advice on any particular matter. Individual information provided to the Deathly Matters Conference to gain access to any feature of this website will not be sold or made available to any third party.The Deathly Matters Conference reserves the right to perform statistical analyses of aggregated user behavior and characteristics, in order to measure interest in and use of the various sections of its site so as to improve design and navigation and to gather information for marketing purposes. Only aggregated data from these analyses, not individual data, will be used for this purpose.

The information is believed to be accurate, complete and current when posted, but the Deathly Matters Conference cannot guarantee that it will remain accurate or complete or that it will be current at all times.The Deathly Matters Conference is not responsible for direct, indirect, special or consequential damages, regardless of the cause, arising out the use of this website.  While the authors endeavour to keep the website current and do make a reasonable effort to maintain the resources of this website, they will, from time to time, become out of date, be incorrect, erroneous, or otherwise inappropriate. In addition, the authors are not responsible for the contents or reliability of any other websites to which a link is provided and they do not, expressly or otherwise, endorse the views and/or content expressed within those sites.  Through the links to other sites found on the Deathly Matters Conference’s website, the user may enter domains that are beyond the boundaries of the Deathly Matters Conference and, once there, the Deathly Matters Conference is not responsible for the privacy practices or the content of these websites. The Deathly Matters Conference has no control over the accuracy, completeness or relevance of the information on these sites and provides links to these sites solely for the information and convenience of visitors to our website.

The authors of this website do not dispense legal or medical advice.

In the event that users use any of the information on the website, the authors of this website disclaim all responsibility for any liability, loss or risk, personal or otherwise which is incurred as a consequence of directly or indirectly of the use of application or reliance on of any of the contents of this website.

 “Cookies” are not attached to the Deathly Matters Conference website. A “cookie” is a piece of data that is stored on the hard drive of a computer that contains information about use of the website. Other Websites may contain “cookies” that accumulate information about website use, for example a record of the websites that an individual has visited.


This policy has been compiled to answer questions on how your personal information is collected and used by the Deathly Matters Conference.  Protecting the privacy and the confidentiality of personal information is of utmost importance to the way the Deathly Matters Conference operates.  The Deathly Matters Conference  operates on the basis of a Privacy Policy and related procedures that guide the handling of the personal information collected. This privacy statement shows our commitment to protect the privacy of our community members.   This policy and related procedures are consistent with applicable privacy legislation.


This policy deals only with personal information handled by the Deathly Matters Conference. Personal information is information about an identifiable individual, excluding business contact information. The following explains how the Deathly Matters Conference handles personal information. The Deathly Matters Conference reserves the right to change this policy and it may be updated periodically. These changes may affect the use of personal information. Accordingly, please check for changes regularly.


The Deathly Matters Conference is accountable for all personal information under its control. The Deathly Matters Privacy Officer is the Founder of the Conference who is designated as responsible for the Deathly Matters Conference privacy policy. The Privacy Officer can be reached at:

  • 250.888.5868
  • 10292 Godfrey Place, Sidney, BC V8L 2L1, Canada 

Any questions about the Deathly Matters Conference’s handling of personal information should be directed to the Privacy Officer.


The purpose for which the Deathly Matters Conference collects personal information will be identified at or before the time the information is collected. Personal information may be collected for such purposes as:• registering for Deathly Matters Conference events; purchasing products or services; and• processing and administering the above or other purposes as necessary.The Deathly Matters Conference will not use personal information for any other purpose than identified at or before the time of collection.


The Deathly Matters Conference may collect contact information in order to:

  • personalise your experience and allow us to offer and deliver the type of content and product offerings in which you are most interested
  • send out newsletters and other relevant information
  • inform subscribers of upcoming Deathly Matters Conference events
  • to administer a contest, promotion, survey or other site feature
  • to quickly process your transactions
  • send out invoices and receipts to administer Deathly Matters Conference business

This contact information is voluntarily provided by Deathly Matters Conference community members. Members may, at any time, be taken off of Deathly Matters Conference mailing lists at their request.The Deathly Matters Conference may also promote various services and offers provided by their sponsors and vendors.  Community members who chose to participate in these programs may refer directly to the privacy policies of the sponsoring companies.  The Deathly Matters Conference does not collect, use or retain any personal information from these partners.


The Deathly Matters Conference seeks consent for all personal information it collects, uses and discloses through information provided to individuals prior to collection, or at the time of collection. For information which is considered to be more sensitive, for example credit card numbers, the Deathly Matters Conference will ask for a signature as a sign of consent.If information is voluntarily provided, this is interpreted as consent to the collection, use and disclosure of personally identifiable information as described in this Privacy Policy. The Deathly Matters Conference will not use personal information for any purpose other than that for which consent has been provided. Should the Deathly Matters Conference require use of personal information for a new purpose, consent will be sought for that new use.


The Deathly Matters Conference does not collect, use or disclose personal information of individuals except when individuals give consent and provide the information on a voluntary basis. There may be occasions where more specific personal information is necessary for the Deathly Matters Conference to proceed with a request for information, or provide a product or service; for example in cases of registration, merchandise purchase or feedback forms. In such cases, the Deathly Matters Conference will describe the information required. In all such cases, the Deathly Matters Conference limits the amount and type of information collected to only the personal information that is required to provide the individual with the requested information, product, or service. The Deathly Matters Conference collects only information that is voluntarily provided by the individual and undertakes that such information will be kept strictly confidential.The Deathly Matters Conference retains personal information only as long as is necessary to provide the individual with the requested product, service or information. For example, if personal information is given to register for an event, the personal information will only be used for this event and will then be deleted or destroyed. In some cases, however, legal reporting or retention requirements necessitate that the Deathly Matters Conference retains information for a specific amount of time. In general, the Deathly Matters Conference retains personal information for a period not longer than seven years, in secure storage.The Deathly Matters Conference does not sell or trade any personal information with third parties. Any personal information that the Deathly Matters Conference retains is kept in such a manner as to ensure its security and confidentiality at all times.


The Deathly Matters Conference respects the privacy of its community, potential website visitors and internet users and will protect that privacy as vigorously as possible. Personal information is stored in electronic and physical files that are secure. Security measures include secure locks on filing cabinets, and using industry standard techniques such as firewalls, encryption, intrusion detection and restricted access to computers. Unfortunately, no data transmission over the Internet can be guaranteed to be 100% secure. As a result, while the Deathly Matters Conference strives to protect personal information, it cannot ensure or warrant the security of any information transmitted to it or received from it electronically. This is especially true for information transmitted via e-mail. The Deathly Matters Conference has no way of protecting that information until it reaches it. Once a transmission is received, the Deathly Matters Conference makes its best efforts to ensure its security on its servers. Internally, access to personal information is restricted to employees who need access to the information in order to do their jobs. These employees are limited in number, and are knowledgeable about and committed to our privacy policies.


The Deathly Matters Conference makes every effort to keep personal information as accurate, complete, current and relevant as necessary for the identified purposes. The Deathly Matters Conference does not routinely update personal information.The Deathly Matters Conference makes readily available to individuals its Privacy Policy and related procedures for managing personal information. Customer access to the Privacy Policy and related procedures is provided on the Deathly Matters Conference’s website and in written form. Any questions about the handling of personal information by the Deathly Matters Conference can be raised with the Privacy Officer.At the written request of an individual, he or she may view or edit their personal information as collected by the Deathly Matters Conference.  The Deathly Matters Conference will inform them of what personal information it has about the individual, what it is being used for and, in cases where it has been disclosed, to whom it has been disclosed. To make a request, please send a letter, email or fax addressed to our Privacy Officer at the address indicated above. In any written request, please include the following information:

  • Name
  • Contact details
  • Nature of the request, for example:
    • view and/or edit information
    • inquire regarding use and/or disclosure

If an inquiry concerns a specific transaction, please indicate the date of the transaction, and provide a receipt number if applicable.The Deathly Matters Conference will reply to requests in no later than thirty days after receipt of the request, or if it is not able to respond within this time period, a notice of extension will be sent.


The CAN-SPAM Act is a law that sets the rules for commercial email, establishes requirements for commercial messages, gives recipients the right to have emails stopped from being sent to them, and spells out touch penalties for violations.

We collect your email address in order to:

  • Send information, respond to inquiries, and/or other requests or questions
  • Process orders and send information and updates pertaining to orders
  • Send you additional information related to your product and/or service
  • Market to our marketing list or continue to send emails to our clients after the original transaction has occurred.

To be in accordance with CAN-SPAM, we agree to the following:

  • Not use false or misleading subjects or email addresses.
  • Identify the message as an advertisement in some reasonable way.
  • Include the physical address of our business or site headquarters.
  • Monitor third-party email marketing services for compliance, if one is used.
  • Honor opt-out/unsubscribe requests quickly.
  • Allows users to unsubscribe by using the link at the bottom of each email.

If at any time you would like to unsubscribe from receiving future emails, you can follow the instructions at the bottom of each email or email us at and we will promptly remove you from all correspondence.


Any questions or comments about the Deathly Matters Conference’s handling of personal information should be directed to the Privacy Officer.


The Deathly Matters Conference believes that online privacy is important to the success of the Internet and electronic commerce in general and is strongly committed to each visitor’s right to privacy. This statement sets forth the Deathly Matters Conference’s Privacy Policy for its website located at and describes the practices that the Deathly Matters Conference follows in respect to the privacy of the users of this site. By accessing and using materials from this Website or sending or posting materials to it, you (the “user”) agrees to the terms of this privacy commitment and to our practices to collect, use or disclose personal information.This Privacy Statement may be updated periodically to reflect enhancements to the Deathly Matters Conference website that may affect the use of personal information. Accordingly, please check back periodically.


Updated:  May 18, 2020