La Survivance Voyage

Protection of personal information

Confidentiality is of the utmost importance for our Company. Whatever the changes Tour+Med may go through, we are personally committed to respect our clients' privacy.

We believe protecting personal information means :

Consent to disclose information

Generally, your consent is required for the collection, use and disclosure of your personal information.

This consent must be manifest, free, informed and given for specific purposes. This consent can be given in a variety of formats (written, electronic, etc.).

Anyone who provides personal information is presumed to have consented to its use and disclosure for the purposes for which it was collected.

Disclosure for legal reasons

Any legal or regulatory authority may require that we provide information about you. In settling an account, we will have an obligation to release personal information that is pertinent to the situation.

Employee confidentiality

All our employees who have access to client information have signed confidentiality agreements with our Company upon being hired, which binds them to keeping all documents or information confidential.

Destruction of useless information

According to Government regulation, some information must be retained for several years, for audit purposes.

Rights to Your Personal Information

Right Not to Provide Your Personal Information

At any time, you may withdraw your consent to the collection, use and disclosure of your personal information, subject to legal or contractual restrictions.

However, such a withdrawal could, for example, restrict access to insurance coverage, result in the refusal or termination of a claim, or cause any other similar situation to occur.

Right to Access and to Have Your Personal Information Rectified

Everyone has the right to ask LS-Travel, insurance company, for access to the information contained in their file or used by Humania Assurance to make a decision.

In addition, anyone may challenge the accuracy and completeness of the personal information contained in their file and has the right to request that LS-Travel rectify that information.

Access or rectification requests can only be considered if it they are made inwriting by a person justifying their identity as a person concerned, such as a representative, an heir, a successor of that person, an administrator of the estate, a life insurance beneficiary or a person having parental authority.

LS-Travel may refuse a request for access or rectification in cases provided for by law. In such cases, refusal is motivated by the provision of the applicable law, the remedies available and the period during which those remedies may be exercised. Upon request, LS-Travel assists the consumer in this process.

Person in Charge of the Protection of Personal Information

If you have any questions or requests related to your personal information, please contact the person in charge of the protection of personal information and privacy at the following address:

Mr. Jean-Benoît Forgues
Assistant Vice-President, Legal Affairs & Compliance
Humania Assurance Inc.
1555 Girouard Street West
Saint-Hyacinthe, Quebec J2S 2Z6

Website information

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