Community Access Program: Community Futures Northwest Alberta brings the internet to you – and you don’t even need a computer! Drop by our offices in High Level and take advantage of free tutorial sessions on such topics as internet job searches, setting up an email address, word processing, web page creation and much more! Individual and group sessions are available.

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.
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!

Profile your career skills! Want a profile for your job skills? Looking for career opportunities? Or, you may want to advertise your skills and save your profile for later use: The Electronic Labour Exchange can help you do all this and more. It's just one click of the mouse away!

The Government of Canada’s Department of Human Resources and Skills Development (HRSD) is responsible for providing all Canadians with the tools they need to thrive and prosper in the workplace and community. Here, employees and employers can find information on labour market development, issues and training, human resources management as well as information on the Canada Student Loans Program. Youth Link -- those making the transition from school to work -- offers information on close to 200 programs, services and resources. Start at

E-business! A virtual focal point for information on Canada's Electronic Commerce Strategy, this site outlines the various initiatives that are helping make Canada a worldwide leader in the adoption and use of electronic commerce.

Electronic business for students! Student Connections (Industry Canada) provides post-secondary students with valuable technology and business experience and skills. Here, post-secondary students provide e-commerce and Internet training to businesspeople, helping them understand today's information technology and how it can benefit their business.

Build your own website! offers more than 3,000 resources for Web builders including free clip art, CGI, counters, fonts, html, java, animation, backgrounds, icons, wysiwyg editors, buttons, photographs, site promotion, and much more! This is the resource for anyone who wants to develop pages on the Internet, from beginner to experienced Web site developer.

Internet service can be accessed at CFNWA offices at 9802-99 Street in High Level
Phone: 780-926-4233
Fax: 780-926-2162

La Crete Chamber of Commerce Office
Phone: 780-928-2278
Fax: 780-928-2203

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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