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  • Connecting Older Adults with Mobile Technology

    Older Adults can now easily discover and make use of online information and communicate using mobile devices at one of the many CAP Sites in Nova Scotia thanks to funding from the Canadian Internet Registration Authority (CIRA).  Connecting Older Adults with Mobile Technology provides orientation, training, and support in the use of these technologies.  The program will offer beginner, basic Read More
  • About CAP

    The Community Access Program, or CAP, began in 1995 as a national initiative to ensure all Canadians had access to the Internet. This has remained the central mission of CAP even as the Internet has become more widely available. Many citizens cannot access this vital communications network either due to cost, lack of access to high speed, or insufficient computer Read More
  • Youth Programs

    CAP Youth Internship Every year hundreds of young people from across Nova Scotia are employed by CAP to undertake community projects using technology. How do CAP Youth Interns help Nova Scotians? Provide one-on-one and small group technology training for individuals and small business. Offer assistance to citizens when accessing government online programs and services. Introduce new technologies such as mobile Read More
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  • Youth Programs

    CAP Youth Internship

    Every year hundreds of young people from across Nova Scotia are employed by CAP to undertake community

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  • Technology Initiatives

    Since its inception in 1995, the Community Access Program has been introducing lead edge technologies and training to communities across

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  • Featured: 3D Printing

    Imagine what you can make!
    3D printing at a Nova Scotia CAP site near you

    The Nova Scotia Community Access

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