Toronto ACORN is looking to close the gap in the digital divide this week by hosting an Internet Café outside Bell Canada’s Toronto office.
As a part of its ACORN Canada’s National Day of Action to end the digital divide in Canada, Toronto ACORN will set up an Internet Café at Trinity Square at the end of James Street North of Queen at 11 a.m. Thursday, Aug. 21.
There will also be a protest adjacent to the Internet Café at 483 Bay St.
The point of the day of action is to how high Internet costs are creating access barriers to the Internet for low-income families.
For more information, visit www.acorncanda.org
Article source: Inside Toronto