Holiday hours are up – have a safe and fun holiday – and donate your old tech to give hope for a better 2020!
With the start of a new decade on the horizon, we want to thank our donors, clients, partners in business, suppliers, staff, volunteers and board members. Together we’re making a difference by providing the tools for all Canadians to create their own new opportunities, improved prospects and better lives. This past year, we’ve: provided
Laptop Recycling Improves Peoples’ Lives – One Computer at a Time When it comes time to upgrade your laptop, consider your plans for the older equipment that it will replace. You have a responsibility to both yourself, and Mother Earth, to ensure that your retired IT assets are disposed of in a secure, and
This past Tuesday, we had the great privilege of spending a day in Thunder Bay with 15 youth from Indige-Spheres, an organization dedicated to the health and well-being of indigenous peoples domestically and globally, empowering youth through exploration and experience of multiple sources of knowledge. Sheila Wahsquonaikezhik, Executive Director and Force of Nature, was
There’s a right way and a wrong way to recycle electronics. reBOOT Canada has been focused on computers, connections, and community and has been managing retired IT assets responsibly since 1995.
Zambia In April of 2016, we received an interesting submission from Cathy Cameron, the Coordinator at International Centre for Disability and Rehabilitation, which is situated within the Rehabilitation Sciences Sector, Faculty of Medicine at the University of Toronto. Founded in 2004, the ICDR is committed to advancing research and education in the rehabilitation sciences to
How do you file your taxes? Pay your bills? Reload your Presto pass (if you live in Toronto)? Pay your parking tickets (if you’re me!) Sign up for courses? Find that dream job posting? Order groceries? Learn about special offers and discounts? It’s a dumb question: you use your laptop or desktop and probably
Computer recycling and donations; What happens to the devices? When people come by and drop off their used computers and electronics, after we’ve got some information we need to provide a tax receipt (if applicable), the conversation often turns to the downstream fate of that beloved family kitchen Dual Core running Vista, or Dad’s
Buying a computer is an important decision: depending on what you need your computer to do, it can be an expensive one, too. Whether you plan to use your PC to watch cat videos on YouTube, send emails to your Aunt Mimi in Fiji, or map the furthest reaches of our known universe, you
The passing year has seen a number of new faces at reBOOT Canada. Arriving as fresh-faced high school coop placements (Brayden, Cameron, Evan, Isaac, George, and Justin) and Youth Tool Kit interns (Destiny and Nicole), our 'Class of 2018' has become an accomplished cadre of eager young protégés who continue to demonstrate the mettle of