Halifax Regional CAP Association (HRCAP) is a non profit organization comprised of staff, board members, and student interns who collectively unify and provide a network of local CAP sites in the Halifax Regional Municipality of Nova Scotia, Canada.
Whether you’re looking for high speed internet access while traveling, or live in a rural area and are unable to get internet in your home, CAP sites are available and provide training as well as general access. Since 1995 CAP has been providing high speed internet access and assistance, free of or with relatively no charge. CAP was a federal initiative, designed to create affordable access to the internet, building and strengthening communities across Canada. After the federal program was finished, CAP stayed alive in Nova Scotia and continues in innovative and exciting directions.
CAP creates a large number of employment opportunities for students aged 15 to 30. CAP employs hundreds of students for both summer and winter work terms, helping them gain valuable work experience in a public environment.
Looking to learn more about CAP? Swing by one of our sites near you, listed on the “find a site” page. Please feel free to contact us with any questions.