The Community Access Program, or C@P for short, was established by Industry Canada in 1994 through the Connecting Canadians Initiative.
C@P SOCIETY OF CAPE BRETON COUNTY
Designed to increase the awareness and use of Information Technology initially in rural areas, and expanding to cover urban centres as well, C@P has grown to over 8,800 sites across Canada.
Our society is supported by active partnerships Industry Canada, the Province of Nova Scotia, and local community groups.
To offer service, support, and enhancement to its members. The goal is to provide affordable public access and foster growth in the use of technology for the benefit of the community.
Video/Audio chat and online meetings.
Access to distance education & government programs.
Public Internet access for people in the community.
Printing, scanning and collating services.
CAP STARTED IN 1994 IN RURAL COMMUNITIES WITH POPULATIONS UP TO 50,000.
Largest Community-Based IT Project in the world
4000+ Sites across Canada
280 Sites in Nova Scotia
60+ Sites on Cape Breton Island
28 Sites with 160+ terminals in Cape Breton County
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We have Cyber Camps related to 3D printing, Robotics, electronics, and MAKER culture.
You can come see us in person at festivals and events across the Cape Breton Regional Municipality.