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.
From left to right in the photo above: Mr. Chipo Chiiya (Deputy Mayor, Mazabuka District), Mrs Banda (teacher), Mrs. Simwakale (teacher), Mrs. Mulemwa Ufwenuka (teacher holding laptop), Mr. Simwakale (Headteacher), Mr. Bright Namwaanga (community member), Cathy Cameron (Coordinator ICDR). In April of 2016, we received an interesting submission from Cathy Cameron, the Coordinator at International
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
Talking Financial Literacy with the Friendly Financial Coach We recently had the pleasure of being part of a podcast hosted by Matt Siwiec, the Friendly Financial Coach at the excellent Toronto Public Reference Library in October. Thanks very much James Desmoulin, a frequent contributor of good counsel and advice to reBOOT Canada, for
reBOOT Canada hosted successful computer repair building event reBOOT Canada, in partnership with the First Nations and Inuit Youth Employment Strategy (FNIYES), Digital Creator Timmins and Wawatay Media hosted a successful one-day computer-building bootcamp in Timmins in March of 2018. Our attendees got the expertise, the equipment, and the support needed to
reCONNECT reCONNECT was introduced in May 2008, with the mandate to: Advance computer literacy among Canadian seniors, and Connect Canadian seniors with their family, friends, and the community at large This was accomplished by providing full service computer centres to long-term care facilities and community senior centres at no cost, through