CIPS acts as a resource to local communities across the country. The following are links to help Canadians (without an IT background) face today's IT issues.
Computers for Schools- Assist students in gaining access to technology by donating a new or used computer.
Information Technology Professional (ITP) program
International Computer Driving Licence- Are you equipped with the right skills to "drive" a computer? Earn your computer driving license today.
News Releases- Find out about important Information Technology (IT) issues and CIPS programs.
Position Papers- Learn about CIPS's position on IT issues affecting the industry, government and the public-at-large.
Renewed Computer Technology.
Virus Emergency Tips Sheet- Find out ways to battle viruses on your computer and learn about preventative measures to keep the viruses from returning!
Women in IT: Looking Towards the FutureProgram - Discover why CIPS is encouraging high school girls to pursue careers in Information Technology (IT) and what you can do to help.
York University Computer Museum- Visit Canada's computer museum to gain insight on the beginnings of technology and find out what lies ahead in the future for technology.
Electronic Recycling Association- Non-profit organization that donates and recycles computers and electronics.