Glenn Gould’s Idea of North Tour – Registration and Information

Come and share in this very special event celebrating the music, mind and spirit of Glenn Gould. September 29, 2017 – October 1, 2017  Glenn Gould’s Idea of North Tour Information and Registration Details Dale Innes, Dale.Innes@algomau.ca, 705-942-3016 read more →

NORDIK INSTITUTE RECEIVES $250K FUNDING TO LEAD NORTHERN PARTNERSHIP TO SUPPORT SOCIAL ENTERPRISE GROWTH

MEDIA RELEASE   FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE NORDIK INSTITUTE RECEIVES $250K FUNDING TO LEAD NORTHERN PARTNERSHIP TO SUPPORT SOCIAL ENTERPRISE GROWTH   Wednesday, May 31, 2017, Sault Ste. Marie, ON – NORDIK Institute, Algoma University’s community based research institute, announced today that they have recently been awarded $250,000 to lead a Northern Region Social Enterprise Partnership.. read more →

Presentation: Charo Mina Rojas, Afrocolombian Territorial and Human Rights, Gender and Peace Activist

The CESD Program, the Teaching & Learning Fellowship and Sociology Dept. in Honour of International Women’s Day Presents: Charo Mina Rojas, Afrocolombian Territorial and Human Rights, Gender and Peace Activist With Dr. Sheila Gruner, CESD Professor Thursday, March 9 5-7pm NW200 Great West Life at Algoma University The “Havana Peace Accords” recently signed in Colombia.. read more →

Soup Ste Marie Event Call for Entry 2017

Click on the link below to download your Soup Ste. Marie Application. Soup Ste Marie Event Call for Entry 2017 read more →

Funding for Youth Changemaker Events

RFP – Youth Changemakers – Social Entrepreneurship Event –  Funding Opportunity January 30, 2017 Social Entrepreneurship Evolution (SEE) (www.seethechange.ca) is looking to partner with community based organizations to provide local events across Northern Ontario to support young changemakers in making social and environmental change.  SEE is seeking event and activity proposals that support youth (13-.. read more →

Film Screening |Painted Land: IN SEARCH of the GROUP OF SEVEN

NORDIK Institute is proud to host a film screening of PAINTED LAND IN SEARCH of the GROUP OF SEVEN on Wednesday, March 23rd. The film screening will be followed by a panel discussion Connecting land, art and people: multiple perspective moderated by Shirley Horn, Chancellor of Algoma University. Greatest just hair prompt one away and.. read more →

Social Enterprise for Northern Ontario (SENO) Introduces CoStarter for Change Recipients

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE December 1, 2015 Social Enterprise for Northern Ontario (SENO) Introduces CoStarter for Change Recipients Six social entrepreneurs across Northern Ontario to receive funding and support to launch their social enterprise SAULT STE. MARIE – Following the launch of Social Enterprise Northern Ontario (SENO) CoStarter for Change this past June and an extensive.. read more →

SSM Public Library Research Report: The Value of Sault Ste. Marie’s Public Library (2015)

The SSM Public Library Research Report: The Value of Sault Ste. Marie’s Public Library is now available. This research study demonstrates that the Sault Ste. Marie Public Library’s three branches respond to the neighbourhoods in which they are located with a variety of programs in addition to their circulation of a broad range of materials… read more →

Group of Seven TVO Film Painted Land Follows Modern-Day Adventurers in Algoma and the North Shore of Lake Superior

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Press Release Solemn Land Productions ************************ GROUP OF SEVEN TVO FILM “PAINTED LAND” FOLLOWS MODERN-DAY ADVENTURERS IN ALGOMA AND THE NORTH SHORE OF LAKE SUPERIOR Since 2008, explorers Gary and Joanie McGuffin along with art historian Michael Burtch have been locating and documenting 100s of the wild Northern Ontario landscapes famously painted.. read more →

Dr. Gayle Broad wins Influential Women of Northern Ontario award

Dr. Gayle Broad wins Northeastern Ontario ‘Executive of the Year’ for her role as Director of Research at NORDIK Institute at the 2015 Influential Women of Northern Ontario Awards Reception May 25, 2015 (source: www.influentialwomen.ca) Dr. Gayle Broad had spent the bulk of her career as a community development worker when community-based research sparked her.. read more →