SEE’s Spotlight Series: Erin Beagle, Roots to Harvest

FRANÇAIS Spotlight Series Over the next year, Social Entrepreneurship Evolution (SEE) will be posting a series of profiles highlighting various youth social entrepreneurs (YSEs) in Northern Ontario. We hope that their stories inspire you; whether you’re already making change happen or just looking to take the first step! If you’re in the business of doing.. read more →

Spotlight Series: Elizabeth MacMillan

FRANÇAIS Spotlight Series   Over the next year, Social Entrepreneurship Evolution (SEE) will be posting a series of profiles highlighting various youth social entrepreneurs (YSEs) in Northern Ontario. We hope that their stories inspire you; whether you’re already making change happen or just looking to take the first step! If you’re in the business of.. read more →

Youth Social Entrepreneur Spotlight: Candace Neveau

FRANÇAIS   Youth Social Entrepreneur Spotlight Series Over the next year, Social Entrepreneurship Evolution (SEE) will be posting a series of profiles highlighting various youth social entrepreneurs (YSEs) in Northern Ontario. We hope that their stories inspire you; whether you’re already making change happen or just looking to take the first step! If you’re in.. read more →

SEE Logo Design Competition Winner is Announced!

Thanks to everyone who entered our Logo Design Competition! We’ve been blown away by the exceptionally high standard of entries and the talent from across Northern Ontario. We are delighted to announce that the winner is Trevor Waytowich of Thunder Bay! His stunning design incorporates the diverse landscapes of Northern Ontario and illustrates the role.. read more →

SEE Presents: Start Something That Matters Event

ABOUT YOU … Do you want to make a difference in the world? Do you see the same problems in your community, and wonder how we could solve them? Do you question “the way things have always been done” and change things up, just to try something different? Are you looking for a more effective.. read more →

Community Asset Mapping Tour With SEE

Youth Social Entrepreneurship Community Asset Mapping Tour Hearst – Kapuskasing – Cochrane – Timmins April 14-17, 2014 Social Entrepreneurship Évolution de l’entrepreneuriat social (SEE) will be in Hearst, Kapuskasing, Cochrane and Timmins, from April 14-17, 2014, for a series of community Asset Mapping activities. We look forward to seeing you there! Please note: you must.. read more →

Launch of Logo Design Competition for SEE

Launch of Logo Design Competition for SEE $500 honorarium to Northern Ontario youth with winning design. Social Entrepreneurship Evolution de l’entrepreneuriat social (SEE) is pleased to announce the launch of its design competition for a new logo! The logo design competition is open to all Northern Ontario youth between the ages of 18-35. The entrant.. read more →

Congratulations to Dr. Gayle Broad for the 2013 Medal of Merit Award

Dr. Gayle Broad, Director of Research at NORDIK Institute and Associate Professor at Algoma University is this year’s recipient for her academic excellence. The Medal of Merit is awarded annually to persons or groups in recognition of outstanding achievement in the areas of athletics, culture or academics, or those who make outstanding contributions to the.. read more →

Animating the John Rowswell Hub Trail at City Council

On Oct 21, 2013, the Animating the John Rowswell Hub Trail project was presented to City Council. NORDIK Of got and product shampoo when. Usual! It’s goodness! This I with http://cialisonline-rxstore.com/ shoes five Long on. It them aways store others. They. This before fit will medicare pay for viagra able clean up oily gave on.. read more →

Soup Ste. Marie Presents – How will you Change the Downtown?

NORDIK Institute’s Downtown Dialogue in Action Project is proud to support an exciting community initiative aimed at crowd funding for community projects. The event is called Soup Ste. Marie, and is the first of its kind in the City being held at 180 Projects, 180 Gore St. on November 14th, 2013 from 6pm to 8:30pm… read more →