NORDIK Institute in partnership with Shingwauk Kinoomaage Gamig and Algoma University.

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CBRC Strategic Planning Announcement

The CBRC strategic plan (2020-2025) is in the process of developing over the next 4 months and will be released at the C2UExpo in Sault St Marie. The plan will…

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Doing Community-Driven Suicide Prevention Research

Written By Amanda Demmer, Program Coordinator, Waterloo Region Suicide Prevention Council I went about writing this article the same way I go about research – by leaning on my community…

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Developing a Co-Curricular Research Shop Model: Q and A

In July’s CBRC Webinar, “How CBR Theory is Put into Practice – Developing a Co-Curricular Research Shop Model,” the audience asked some questions that could not be answered during the…

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C2UExpo 2020 Update

NORDIK Institute, Algoma University and Shingwauk Kinoomaage Gamig, are proud to co-host the 8th Community-College-University (C2U) Exposition, a biannual gathering of Community Based Research Canada, from May 12th to 14th,…

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New Institutional Member – University of Alberta shares about their CBR initiatives

From its beginning, the University of Alberta has been committed to the “uplifting of the whole people,” as proclaimed by our founding President Henry Marshall Tory. The University of Alberta’s…

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