As per the Privacy Statement of the Official Rules The Contest Entities will be collecting personal data about you for the administration of the Contest and for purposes of internal market research. By completing the Online Registration Form or submitting any prize claim in the Contest, you agree to be contacted by the Contest Entities using the information provided for prize notification, redemption or for any concerns or issues regarding your prize claim. You may specifically request to be completely removed from participation in the Contest at any time.

No personal data will be transferred or sold to any third party except in the following circumstances:

Contest Entities may match aggregated, statistical use information to parameters established by third parties, without releasing user information. This information will not contain any personally identifiable information. Contest Entities may share aggregate information with trading partners, co-branded sites, participating entities and advertisers; however, this aggregated information will not contain personally identifiable information. Any requests for access to the information you have supplied, or to update or rectify your information must be made by email to or by prepaid mail sent to “Irving Oil $1,000 a Day Giveaway, c/o P.O. Box 3009 M.I.P., Markham, ON L3R 6G4”


To maximize security for our visitors, we employ a GeoTrust certificate recognized by Microsoft Internet Explorer (8+), Google Chrome (14+), Apple Safari (5+) and Mozilla Firefox (9+) browsers that use 128-bit encryption ("Compatible Web Browsers"). Older browsers will still create a secure SSL connection at 40, 56 or 128 bits depending on the precise browser version.

Encryption is a means of scrambling information for transmissions, in this case, between your PC and our web-site. Information that is encrypted (Scrambled) at one end is decrypted (descrambled) upon receipt at the other end. 128-bit encryption is the strongest, most secure form of encryption that is generally available in Internet browsers today. 40-bit encryption is the basic minimum standard that is prevalent in most browser products.

Compatible Web Browsers with 128-bit encryption can be downloaded by clicking on their respective icons.