The Nova Scotia Community Technology Site is located at the Havre Boucher Community Centre. Our Community Technology site offers 2 computers with easy internet acsess and acsess to printing during office hours. We also have a community library that you can borrow, read or donate all kinds of books whenever you like.
The Community Access Program C@P is a Government of Canada initiative, administered by Industry Canada, which aims to provide Canadians with affordable public access to the Internet and the skills they need to use it effectively. With the combined efforts of the federal, provincial and territorial governments, community groups, social agencies, libraries, schools, volunteer groups and the business community, C@P helps Canadians, wherever they live, take advantage of emerging opportunities in the new global knowledge-based economy. Under C@P, public locations like schools, libraries and community centres act as "on-ramps" to the Information Highway, and provide computer support and training.
The program plays a crucial role in bridging the digital divide; contributing to the foundation for electronic access to government services; encouraging on-line learning and literacy; fostering the development of community based infrastructure; and, promoting Canadian e-commerce.
Visit the Nova Scotia C@P Site Web Page: http://www.nscap.ca/
This website is owned and maintained by The Havre Boucher C@P Site.
Havre Tech 2000: Previous Locations
President: Sharline Tibbo
Vice President: Derrick Landry
Secretary: Cheryl MyCroft
Treasurer: Linda Arsenault
Supervisor: Denise Pelrine Deon
Technical Advisor: Chuck Tibbo
(Artwork by Tracy Decoste-Coffin)
The Havre Boucher C@P site was first formed when the old Havre Boucher Consolidated School was still standing. When the school was abandoned the facilities were moved to LeVangie's store in Frankville. (Below)
Shortly before the closure of LeVangie's store in Frankville the site moved to the Havre Boucher Medical Centre. While at the Medical Centre the location received high-speed internet service via satellite. (Below)
The Nova Scotia Community Technology Site's current location is now at the Community Centre and we hope this current partnership is long lasting