beSuperior believes relationships are key to building knowledge and community. Listed are organizations beSuperior has worked with in northern Ontario, and in Thunder Bay specifically.
Assembly of First Nations: Presented “Designing an Approach that Roots Our Learners: Stories of the Land, Our Home. Education Conference, Winter 2017.
CAHEP- Community Art and Heritage Project. We know firsthand that art has the power to incite positive in the lives of individuals and communities. Working together with local artists, and in partnership with schools, community groups and organizations, we offer inclusive, free arts programming for children, youth, families, and seniors.
Confederation College, Thunder Bay- Professor
Dilico Child and Family
Dennis Franklin Cromarty High School
Dr. Leroy Little Bear: Indigenous Science & Metaphysics, Scholar & Mentor
Equay-wuk: • Equay-wuk (plural for “Woman” in the Ojibway and Oji-Cree languages)
• Independent from other women’s group
Kwayaciiwin Education Resource Centre is a respected First Nation community-driven, sustainable Centre of Excellence. We provide comprehensive support to schools to promote bilingual, bicultural student success.
Lakehead Public Schools
OCASI- OCASI was formed in 1978 to act as a collective voice for immigrant serving agencies and to coordinate responses to shared needs and concerns.
OCASI is a registered charity governed by a volunteer board of directors. Its membership is comprised of more than 200 community-based organizations in the province of Ontario.
Oshki-Pimache-O-Win The Wenjack Education
ONWA- Ontario Native Women’s Association
Ministry of Attorney General- Research activities
Nishnawbe Aski Nation: Known as Grand Council Treaty No. 9 until 1983) was established in 1973. It represents the legitimate, socioeconomic, and political aspirations of its First Nation members of Northern Ontario to all levels of government in order to allow local self-determination while establishing spiritual, cultural, social, and economic independence. In 1977, Grand Council Treaty No. 9 made a public declaration of the rights and principles of Nishnawbe Aski.
Northern Nishnawbe Education Council:The Northern Nishnawbe Education Council was founded in the belief that district First Nations should exercise self-government authority in education through district First Nations organizations and institutions. NNEC began its life in 1978 as an essential part of the movement for First Nations to develop administrative capacity to take over the boarding program for students of the Sioux Lookout District attending grades 9 through 12 outside their communities. NNEC was incorporated in 1979 as an area Education Authority and is directed by the Chiefs of the 24 Sioux Lookout District First Nations.
Ontario Healthy Communities Coalition
PARO: Enterprising Women & Business support
Seven Generations Institute
Thunder Bay Art Gallery
Thunder Bay Catholic School Board
Thunder Bay Indigenous Friendship Centre, LifeLong Care Program
Thunder Bay Public Library
Thunder Bay Police
Thunder Bay Regional Multicultural Youth Association
University of Calgary
Union of Ontario Indians