NORDIK Institute

Service: Community Development Services

Description & Services
Description (Agency) Offers business, organizational and community development support
Description (Service)
  • Offers business, organizational and community development support 
  • Partners with communities to solve practical issues that are important to municipalities, First Nations and community organizations in Northern Ontario 
  • Conducts research at the local, regional, national and international levels that contributes to social and economic justice for Northern Ontario communities
 
Offers an array of services including the following:
 
Collaborative Services 
  • Socio-economic impact studies 
  • Program evaluations 
  • Market studies 
  • Issues related to the social economy including social entrepreneurship 
  • Community resiliency and sustainability issues including Agri-innovation and food security, transportation infrastructure and tourism development, and culture and creative economy
 
Community Development 
  • Strategic planning 
  • Community engagement
 
Mentoring/Developing Capacity 
  • Training of community-based researchers 
  • Internships, co-ops, and field placements for students
 
Publishing 
  • Workshops, seminars, and community forums 
  • Guest speakers 
  • Hosting conferences and think tanks
Hours Mon-Fri 8:30 am-4:30 pm
Areas Served Algoma District ; Cochrane ; Kenora District ; Manitoulin District ; Nipissing District ; Rainy River District ; Sudbury District ; Thunder Bay District ; Timiskaming District
Eligibility No restrictions
Application Must complete Membership Application
Languages English ; French
Fees Membership ; Admission
Contact Information
Office Phone 705-949-2301 Ext 4351
Toll Free Phone 1-888-254-6628
Fax 705-949-6583
E-Mail info@nordikinstitute.com
Website www.nordikinstitute.com
Social Media Facebook Facebook
Primary Contact Jude Ortiz, Research Coordinator; Phone: 705-949-2301 ext 4222; Email: jude.ortiz@algomau.ca
Primary Executive Gayle Broad, Director; Phone: 705-949-2301 ext 4351; Email: gayle.broad@algomau.ca
Site Location Algoma University
Located In Community Sault Ste. Marie
Address NORDIK Institute, Algoma University
1520 Queen St E
Sault Ste. Marie, ON P6A 2G4
 
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Intersection Queen St E and Hugill St
Physical Access Fully Accessible
Other Details
Legal Status (50) Non Profit
Established 2007
Funding Provincial - Rural Economic Development Program ; Federal - Service Canada; Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada -- FedNor ; United Way