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ISOC Canada Chapter

Providing Canadians a proactive voice on Internet issues. We advocate for end users providing them a voice in policies and technologies to improve the choice, access and quality of Internet across Canada. Our goal is to promote the mission of the global Internet Society in a Canadian context. We invite all Canadians to help us accomplish this. Please join the Internet Society and the Canada Chapter. Be informed. Be engaged. Be heard. If you are interested in getting involved, please email Franca Palazzo at palazzoconsulting@outlook.com

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CompuCorps

A high-tech charity that seeks to benefit Canadian society by providing at risk groups (Aboriginal, youth, seniors and those living with disability) career and life skills training focused on access to technology (computers) and the internet. The organization runs three programs including; TechYouth, TechReuse and TechMentor. It was funded in 2000, has engaged over 250 IT volunteers, and it has contributed to over 100 charity projects supported by a dedicated team of members and volunteers. Located at 1040 Somerset St west, CompuCorps is also a registered Microsoft partner and refurbisher.

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National Capital FreeNet

A local, not-for-profit alternative to commercial internet service providers. Since 1992 we have served more than 100,000 members. We believe that everyone in Canada’s National Capital Region should have access to the internet, meaning they can afford a high-quality connection, understand how to use it, and feel safe online. As a social enterprise, we invest in bandwidth and community services, keeping prices as low as we can while staying sustainable. We sell high speed internet from 6mbps up to 50 mbps speeds with unlimited usage, offer free locally-hosted email, basic web hosting, skills workshops, and dial-up.

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