OPEQ CLIC Program

Programme CLIC

The CLIC OPEQ program allows low-income families to benefit from a table computer at a very affordable price. This computer will play a significant element for academic or professional career of the members of these families.

Note: Individuals can not make requests by themselves; all requests MUST come from an organization. In addition, the organization must validate the eligibility of beneficiaries.

Which organization can help you order a computer?
Community organizations directly involved with low-income clienteles may act as applicants with OPEQ. Most cities have directories of community organizations that could help you.

Eligible organizations:

  • An organization that is already a client at OPEQ;
  • An NPO with a Quebec Enterprise Number (NEQ).

If you are part of a community organization, you can invite a supervisor to contact us in order to take note of program’s details and how to order.

To contact us:
Phone: 1 877 617-6737, option 2, 2
E-mail: demande@opeq.qc.ca

 


Système de base
Basic System
The basic system includes a computer, monitor, keyboard and mouse.
COST: $85 – Product Code: EC004-BASE
Casque et micro
Kit for Audio teleconference
To the Basic System, we are adding a headphone with integrated microphone. The user can thus participate in conference calls. The headphone is new.
COST: $105 – Product Code: EC005-TELECONF

Caméra webNEW – Kit for Video teleconference
More powerful computer, web camera and headset with built-in microphone. The user can thus participate in video conferences. The headphone and webcam are new.
COST: $165 – Product Code: EC007-VIDEOCONF

Criteria

What computer equiment will you receive?

FAQ


The CFS program is financed in part by the government of Canada.

 

New video conference system available!

You can now order the new
EC007 set at a cost of $165.

Preparation time

The deadline for a CLIC OPEQ order is currently:
20 working days
(excluding the delivery time of the transport company)

To ensure the safety of our employees and customers,
we have implemented physical distancing and hygiene measures in our sorting centers
and workshops. By adding to these measures a reduced workforce
and an increase in our order book, production times can exceed our usual delay.

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