Computers For Schools

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Computers For Schools (CFS) (French: Ordinateurs pour les écoles ) (OPÉ) is a Canadian not-for-profit organization, founded in 1993 by both Industry Canada and the TelecomPioneers. The Computers for Schools (CFS) Program is a national, Industry Canada-led initiative that has offshoots in all provinces and territories. The different workshops collect, repair and refurbish donated surplus computers from both public and private sector sources, and redistribute them to schools, public libraries, not-for-profit learning organizations and Aboriginal communities throughout Canada.[1]

The CFS program has workshops throughout Canada, in every province and territory.[2]

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