Finding Computer Access
Where can you find a public computer?
During the COVID-19 pandemic, it has been challenging for adults to find access to computers. Thankfully, more community services are becoming available again.
If you need to use a public computer, try looking at the options below.
You can look up current information about COVID-19 restrictions.
Online Learning Centres have computers on-site for adults who are upgrading or taking courses. Centres are available in 78 locations across Ontario.
Most libraries have computers for adults to use. You may need to book a time slot.
Adult Learning Centres
There are thousands of programs across Ontario where adults can do upgrading in-person or use computers for online learning.
Search for programs near you. Enter your address in this website.
These locations often have computers for adults to use for online learning, job search, and employment prep.
Find a location near you. Enter your town or city in this website.
Financial aid for computers
Are you receiving income support from Ontario Works or Ontario Disability Support Program? Talk with your caseworker. If you are taking education or training, you might be eligible for funding for a computer.
211 is a helpline that easily connects people to the social services, programs and community supports they need. Search for supports near you. 211ontario.ca.