Privacy Policy

There will be no patient information on this website. is committed to maintaining the trust of our users. This statement explains how we collect information from you and what we do with that information.

Information Requests

Personally identifying information is information that can be used to identify who you are such as: name, mailing address, email address. To enter certain areas of the site, you may be required to register and provide information about yourself. This information is for the purposes of and helps us to tailor the site to best meet the needs of our audience.


The personal information that we retain is what is provided by you voluntarily. We use it to send you information about Dalhousie Orthopaedics and its products or to correspond with you regarding your subscription. If you are a subscriber to one of our publications we need this information to be able to deliver you our product(s) and service your subscription. If you are an attendee to one of our events, we need this information for billing purposes etc.

By completing a form on this website, you will be able to receive email correspondence from Dalhousie Orthopaedics. These emails may include information on upcoming events or special offers for subscribers. If you do not wish to receive email correspondence please email and ask to be removed from our email list. Every email that we send to you will include an “opt-out” from receiving future email correspondence. We use MailChimp as our mailing list application, and each message sent has an “opt-out” link to unsubscribe from the distribution list.

Aggregate information is information that cannot identify you personally. We collect information on our subscribers that may be used in summary reports. This information helps us to better understand our audience and provide content that are more likely to be of interest to you and your organization.

Our intention is always to gather information that will help us serve you better and never to gather information without your knowledge.

As with most websites, we do log web visits. This information, however, does not have a link to you personally. These logs help us understand the needs of our audience and the areas of our site that you do or do not find useful. When you simply browse our site, no personal information is being collected.

We may disclose this non-personal information to third parties such as sponsors, clients or advertisers.


Cookies are small text files that most Web sites, including, place on your computer. Cookies help us identify your interests. They also prevent you from having to register repeatedly on is not able, and does not wish, to use cookies to track your activities on the Web outside of our site. And no cookie delivered by us will interfere with the operation of your computer.

In cases where there are links to other sites, Dalhousie Orthopaedics recommends that you review their organization’s privacy policy, as once you have left our site you become subject to the privacy and security policies of the new site.

By using this site, you agree to the terms of this Privacy Policy. Dalhousie Orthopaedics reserves the right to make changes to this policy at any time. Please check back periodically to review any changes.

If you require further information about our Privacy Policy or have any questions, please contact Marc Butler via email at or by phone at (902) 405-3873. You can also mail requests to: Dalhousie Orthopaedics, #200, 6009 Quinpool Road, Halifax, Nova Scotia, B3K 5J7.

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