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 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 →

Funding Support for Growing Youth Social Entrepreneurship Infrastructure in the North

On May 17th, the Hon David Orazietti, Minister of Natural Resources, and Sault Ste. Marie MPP, made an official announcement on the Northern Constellation of Constellations project; over 30 people were in attendance. Dr. Richard Myers, President, Algoma University, MC’d the event, and Robin Sutherland, a Youth Social Entrepreneur from the North, provided some great.. read more →

Policy Network Formed at Community Forestry Conference

January 28, 2013 PRESS RELEASE POLICY NETWORK FORMED AT COMMUNITY FORESTRY CONFERENCE First Nations, government and industry representatives, community forest practitioners, NGOs and researchers from across Canada met in Sault Ste Marie, Ontario January 16-18 to build on the startling growth of Canadian community forestry and to develop a national network for analysis and policy.. read more →

Guest Speaker- Dr. Cynthia Wesley-Esquimaux

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Nexen Chair of Indigenous Leadership to Speak at Algoma U Dr. Cynthia Wesley-Esquimaux Discusses “Urban Aboriginal Communities Thrive” Project (SAULT STE. MARIE, ON – January 25, 2013): Dr. Cynthia Wesley-Esquimaux, the Nexen Chair in Indigenous Leadership at The Banff Centre, will be speaking at Algoma University on Thursday January 31. Dr. Wesley-Esquimaux.. read more →

NORDIK Researcher Gets Published!

We are excited to announce that NORDIK Research Coordinator Jude Ortiz’s article “Craft and Resilience: Northern Ontario’s Emerging Cultural Identify” is published in Cashiers métiers d’art- Craft Journal. It highlights the contribution of craft to transitioning to place based economies, in terms of the formation of a new identity and an economy based on the.. read more →

Social Entrepreneurship Presentation and AGM- October 26th, 2012

NORDIK Institute is pleased to be a hosting a academic writing help online lunch hour presentation on the topic of social entrepreneurship. Each of our panel presenters brings cell phone spy app iphone a unique perspective to this topic. Join us as we learn, share and discuss ideas about applying business skills to addressing social.. read more →

Group of Seven and Glenn Gould Train Event

Don’t miss out on celebrating the 94th anniversary of the Group of Seven paintings along the Algoma Central Railway. Visit to register! read more →


SHAW TV features a current NORDIK research project, Locally Grown Food For the Urban Marketplace. To download your own copy of the local food retail map click here. read more →