Community Resources | Professions North

By: Professions North/nord  09-12-2011

Professions North/Nord (PNN) provides a much needed service to Northern Ontario communities who are plagued with shortages of skilled labour, high turnover/out migration, low population densities and remoteness making services hard to access, expensive, and often unavailable.


works in collaboration with all major communities in Northern Ontario through their economic development bodies; with Contact North for service windows outside of the major centres; with educational institutions (Laurentian University, Ryerson University); and with many other organisations such as career resource centres and newcomer services.  

This section provides information regarding the available resources and services in each community such as Professions North/Nord Service Centres, Community information, Newcomer services, Employment services, and much more.

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Sudbury | Professions North

Newcomer Services 10 Elm Street, Suite 112Sudbury, ONP3E 5N3675-2324 x3259 or 688-7300. English as a Second Language85 Larch StreetSudbury. 105 Elm Street, Suite E-6Sudbury, ONP3C 1T3560-3330.


Thunder Bay | Professions North

International Education Centre, Room 2511450 Nakina Drive, P.O. Box 398Thunder Bay, ONP7C 4W1475-6400. English as a Second Language Thunder Bay Multicultural Association17 North Court StreetThunder Bay.


North Bay | Professions North

English as a Second Language Chippewa Secondary School539 Chippewa Street WestNorth Bay.


Sault Ste. Marie | Professions North

421 Bay Street, Station Tower, 4th FloorSault Ste. Marie, ONP6A 1X3941-9341. Newcomer Services503 Queen Street EastSault Ste Marie, ONP6A 2A2759-0909.


Bridging to Accreditation | Professions North

Many professions in Ontario require formal registration or licensing with a regulatory body that ensures practitioners have the appropriate educational and work experience to do the job in conformity with established standards.


Our Services | Professions North

Employers identify the lack of appropriate soft skills and professional communication as one of the greatest barriers for immigrants to successfully transition to the Canadian workplace. Professions North/Nord has a number of services designed to assist you with a successful transition to the Canadian workplace. Our objective is to provide you with the tools, knowledge and skills necessary to find a job in your area of expertise.