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  • AlphaNumérique
    Whether you are new to computers or simply need to update your knowledge, we have the tools to help you improve, at your own pace, your ease and your autonomy in the use of digital tools. AlphaNumuelle provides you with free training and interactive exercises adapted to your level, accompanied by sheets summarizing the concepts you need to know. AlphaNumuelle offers online digital literacy workshops. The themes are: computer, social networks, email, tablet, internet, online safety, fake news, cloud data and digital citizenship.
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  • Bibliothèque de Montréal - Ateliers numériques pour les aîné.e.s
    The Libraries of Montreal, in collaboration with the Center Déclic and the AlphaNumérique project, are offering a series of conferences and participatory workshops whose objective is to sharpen the digital and scientific literacy of Montrealers aged 65 and over._cc781905- 5cde-3194-bb3b-136bad5cf58d_From the comfort of your own home, don't hesitate to join our online conferences and participatory workshops, available via the Zoom platform.
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  • Comité d'éducation aux adultes de la Petite-Bourgogne et Saint-Henri (CÉDA)
    We offer computer workshops that aim to develop computer skills with or without the Internet. In addition, these workshops also have the mandate to raise awareness on computer issues such as security and privacy. Is G
    free and addressed to people of different levels, beginners to advanced. Registration by phone: Sabrina Leclerc, 438-377-8472.
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  • Des services Internet haute vitesse abordables pour les aînés et les familles à faible revenu
    Through the Connecting Families initiative, the Government of Canada is providing affordable Internet services to those who need it most. The Minister of Innovation, Science and Industry, the Honorable François-Philippe Champagne, and the Minister of Seniors, the Honorable Deb Schulte, announced the second phase of the Connecting Families initiative, which will help connect hundreds of thousands of low-income seniors and families to affordable residential high-speed Internet service by 2022.

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  • eServiceCanada
    This Government of Canada website allows you to complete Service Request Forms for one or more of the following programs:
    ■ Employment Insurance ■ Canada Pension Plan/Old Age Security/Guaranteed Income Supplement ■ Social Insurance Number ■ Veterans Affairs Services ■ Immigration Measures for Ukraine (Financial Assistance)

    Make an appointment at a Service Canada Center for one of the following services:
    ■ Collection of biometric data■ Passport services 

    Apply for a social insurance number online.
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  • Mon dossier Service Canada (MDSC)
    My Service Canada Account (MDSC) is a secure online portal. It allows you to apply for, view or update your information for Employment Insurance benefits, Canada Pension Plan (CPP), Canada Pension Plan Disability benefits or old age (SV).
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  • WIFI gratuit dans les bâtiments publics de l'arrondissement Verdun
    Places where our fellow citizens who do not have access to the Internet can connect for free.
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