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Internet access in public libraries cut

It's a "net loss" for libraries, schools, band offices and community centres across the north. The Federal Government is axing the Community Access Program. Since 1995, the program enabled many northern non-profit organizations to provide free internet access to the public. We went from Prince George to Prince Rupert how this might affect those who depend on public access to the internet.

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