Community Futures North West Alberta

By: Community Futures Northwest Alberta  09-12-2011

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From beginner to seasoned internet surfers, the Community Access Program has something for you. Or, just drop by anytime for free surfing!

Explore the internet, explore your future!

For information on these free tutorials contact us and ask about the Community Access Program at 926-4233.
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As easy as 1, 2, 3! Check out the High Level Library web site for information on memberships, hours, services, the book catalog, links to useful sites and much, much more!

Internet service can be accessed at CFNWA offices at 9808-99 Street in High Level
Phone: 780-926-4233
Fax: 780-926-2162

Don't know where to begin when setting up your business? The CFNWA Business Resource Library is a good place to begin your search. Located at the CFNWA office in High Level, you will discover an in-depth collection of books, reference materials, statistics, videos, and more! Borrow CFNWA books from virtually anywhere in the Mackenzie Region.

CFNWA also offers state-of-the-art videoconferencing services that bring the globe to you. Toronto or Taiwan are as close as your keyboard via a community-based video telecommunications link. Using video or computer technology, those who are geographically distant are easily brought to the table


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Self Employment

If you are receiving Employment Insurance benefits, you will continue to receive benefits, and may also be eligible for additional assistance for training and living expenses to participate in the program if your EI benefits run out. The Self-Employment program is designed for Albertans who are unemployed and in need of self-employment training to participate in the labour market.