The Government of Canada is committed to providing affordable Internet access to all it’s citizens, young and old, low-income, disadvantaged and young Canadian families.
The Community Access Program (CAP) located at the Wollaston Public Library consists of 4 computers and is available for public access to the internet, or you can bring your own device and use the free Wi-Fi.
What is CAP?
CAP, or the Community Access Program is part of Industry Canada and the Ontario Library Association’s initiative to make Canada the most connected country in the world. Launched in 1994, CAP’s goal is to establish 10,000 public internet access sites throughout Canada.