Northern Ontario is a sustainable, inclusive, and self-sufficient region at the forefront of reconciliation and community development.
NORDIK Institute promotes more vibrant, caring and sustainable communities through research, dialogue, analysis, reflection and cultivating talent dedicated to the practice of holistic community development.
Incorporated in 2006, NORDIK Institute is a joint project of the Community Economic and Social Development Department (CESD) Department and Algoma University, and has established strong links with other research institutes, universities, and colleges. NORDIK is committed to developing Northern Ontario’s research capacity by working closely with its community partners and providing mentoring to new researchers. It undertakes diverse initiatives at the local, regional, and national levels with foci on northern, Indigenous, rural and smaller urban communities.
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