Last updated: November 29, 2023

DSC Partners inc. is a Quebec-based company committed to the privacy of its customers, partners, collaborators and visitors.

We put forward this Privacy Policy, in accordance with the laws in force in Canada and more particularly those of the Province of Quebec, where our main commercial activities take place. This policy applies to our company, its website DSC.QC.CA and its social media.

By working with us or by using this site or any of the services linked to it, you consent to the collection, retention, use and disclosure of your information in accordance with this Privacy Policy. If you do not agree to this, please refrain from visiting this site or using our services.

We reserve the right to modify this privacy policy at any time, without prior notice, and will post updates on this website. We therefore suggest that you visit this page periodically to review the conditions.

Collecting and Using Your Personal Data

In the normal course of our business, we collect the following information from our customers, collaborators and suppliers:

Use: General mandate/file management, communications, invoicing.

As a recruiter and head-hunter, we receive numerous personal résumés and conduct multiple interviews. If you apply for a job through us or send us your résumé, we are required to ask you, keep in our files as well as relay and communicate to potential employers, certain personal information concerning you.

This information includes all you will have voluntarily mentioned in your résumé and/or during your interview(s), such as but not limited to: your first and last name, your age or date of birth, your residential address, your telephone numbers, your email address, your employment and/or judicial records, your academic qualifications, details of your marital and/or parental status, any physical or medical limitations that your employer should be aware of, your personal identifiers with tax authorities and any other personal information relevant to the position you are applying for.

Use: General file management, professional and/or legal background checks, communications with you, with a potential employer or with relevant legal, banking and tax authorities, as may be required by the type of mandate we are given.


If you follow us on social media or have reacted to or reposted one of our posts, we have access to the profile of the user of the social media page through which you interacted with ours.

Use: To see the popularity and reach of our content. To no longer see our publications on your feed, simply unsubscribe from our pages.


The server hosting our website collects certain information through log files, such as:

Use: Get an overview of where our audience comes from (country, region), popularity of our content, and general visitor behavior.


Our Website does not make use of tracking cookies and we do not actively and systematically collect data for the purposes of profiling, remarketing, direct solicitation, “Big Data” analysis, advertising remarketing or large-scale marketing targeting.

However, certain external tools or applications used on our website or during our daily interactions with you (e.g.: log files, remote connection software and applications, email management, document transmission, online communication, social media, etc.) may potentially collect general or personal data whose scope may go beyond our particular interests and needs.

We therefore encourage you to familiarize yourself with the privacy policies of the designers of these tools, software and applications to determine their scope.

Retention of your information

We will retain your information throughout the duration of our mandate and will destroy it from between 90 days up to two (2) years after you close your file with us, or for as long as necessary for us to fulfill the purposes for which it was collected, as mentioned in this privacy policy. For example, we may need to retain certain information for a longer period of time, such as record keeping/reporting, in accordance with applicable laws, or for other legitimate reasons such as enforcement of legal rights, fraud prevention, etc. If you are an applicant, we retain your résumé and our interview notes indefinitely or until you request their destruction.


Although no data storage mechanism offers maximum security and an element of risk is always present when using the Internet to transmit personal information, we are doing everything we can to protect your personal data. We take reasonable precautions to ensure that they are not lost, misused, accessed, disclosed, modified or inappropriately destroyed.

Right of access, opposition and withdrawal

We commit to allow the right of access and rectification of data to persons who wish to consult, modify or even delete information regarding them. You can, at any time, request the correction of the data concerning you or request that it no longer be used for certain purposes mentioned when it was collected (ex. destruction of a résumé or withdrawal from our list of candidates), by contacting the Privacy Officer by email at the address mentioned below.

Questions and contact details

For more information regarding our privacy policy, please contact the Privacy Officer at:

Robert Mailhot

Tel.: 514 245-1553