Privacy policy – Active Tes Pieds

Privacy policy

By visiting the On your feet challenge online at you are accepting the practices described in this privacy notice. The Canadian Cancer Society reserves the right to change this policy at any time. Our privacy policy will be kept up-to-date and posted on our website.


In order to improve our site on an ongoing basis, we use cookies to track your visit. The Canadian Cancer Society also uses cookies to provide users with certain features (for example, customized delivery of information based on your choice of language and your preferred province/territory) available on our website.

A cookie is a small amount of data that is transferred to your browser by a web server and can only be read by the website that gave it to you. It functions as your identification card. It is not a program and cannot be executed as code or deliver viruses.

Cookies can also customize the site to your particular interests or store your personal information – like passwords or user IDs. If a site ever greets you with your name, chances are it’s using a cookie to do so.
Most browsers are initially set to accept cookies. You can set your browser to notify you when you receive a cookie – this gives you the chance to decide whether to accept it. To learn more about cookies and how to change your settings, please use the help function in your browser. The alerts will be quite frequent, however, and may eventually become annoying.

You can use the On your feet challenge website without cookies, but you may have to re-enter information each time you visit.

Information we collect and how we use it

Two types of information are collected from our website:

  1. Personal or “individually identifiable” information you provide to us.
  2. Aggregate information regarding overall website traffic patterns. (Normally, web servers collect this type of standard web server/visitor traffic information as part of their web log processes. We do not report on individual user sessions).
Personnal information

You do not need to give personal information to receive information from this site.
There are instances online, however, when the Canadian Cancer Society requests individually identifiable information from you. Please note that we do give our web visitors options wherever necessary and practical. Such choices include:

  • Opting not to provide certain personal information when you register as participant in the On your feet challenge.
  • Opting not to receive further communications about On your feet challenge from the Canadian Cancer Society.
Online registration

If you choose to register your family on the On your feet challenge website, we ask you to provide the following information:

  • Coordinates : first and last name, address, city, postal code, telephone number, e-mail address, school attended, as well as other coordinates.

This information allows us to process your family registration.

The personal information collected can also be used for research and/or service quality evaluation purposes. Such evaluations and/or research could be conducted by the Canadian Cancer Society or by a third party (research or polling firm). The Canadian Cancer Society will never sell your personal information to one of its partners or to any other party for any reason.

 Email inquiries

Our website contains several e-mail links that allow web visitors to easily send an e-mail inquiry or feedback to the Canadian Cancer Society. Examples include e-mail inquiries to the Society’s Cancer Information Service, to the webmaster, or to specific staff in specific departments across the country. When you use the e-mail links, your e-mail address and the subject of your inquiry are provided to the Society.

We only use this information to respond to your inquiries and track the service we provide. This information helps us improve our website, provide more relevant information to our site visitors and update our site as need be. This information is also useful to expand the On your feet challenge province-wide in order to encourage youths to become more physically active.

Future contact with the Canadian Cancer Society

The Canadian Cancer Society may contact online donors or event participants with further communications on a variety of topics. Donors may be contacted by mail, telephone or e-mail. If you do not wish to be contacted, we will honour this request. Simply contact us at:
Canadian Cancer Society
Quebec Division
5151 de l’Assomption Blvd.
Montreal, Quebec H1T 4A9
Email :

You can also restrict the use of your contact information by contacting your local Canadian Cancer Society office.

Occasionally, the Canadian Cancer Society may contact individuals who have provided their individually identifiable information through the website, and have agreed to be contacted, specifically in order to conduct surveys seeking feedback. These surveys are used to improve our level of service to you. While aggregate information about survey results may be publicized, individual data from these surveys will not be shared with other organizations.


We collect your personal information through forms, by phone or in person to manage your participation in the program, inform you about other services and contact you to provide updates about our impact and ways to support us or give.  We may also use your information for program evaluation and quality assurance. We may share your personal information with third parties including service providers, consultants and advisors outside your province or territory or outside of Canada only to carry out the purposes identified above, or as required by law. We may contact you by mail, email, phone or text. You can exercise your right to access your information or have it corrected, unsubscribe from communications or withdraw your consent by calling 1-888-939-3333 or emailing For more information about our privacy practices, visit

Artères communes

One account, a slew of opportunities to get moving! Adopting a healthy and active lifestyle from an early age reduces the risk of developing cancer. After more than 10 years of promoting active transportation among youth, the Canadian Cancer Society decided to launch Collective Strides in order to merge all of its active transportation initiatives. Sign for the On Your Feet Challenge and for any other Collective Strides initiative using this single account.

Sign up for Collective Strides

Congratulations to everyone!

The Challenge is over. The winners will be announced in the coming weeks.