The Francophone Wellness Network of Northern Ontario (RMEFNO) is one of two French-language health networks in Ontario that have a dual mandate as a network (federal) and an entity (provincial). The Network, in collaboration with its partners, plans, and networks and ensures community engagement in order to improve access and equity to health services in French.
Novocentre offers free training in French in the communities of Thunder Bay, Ignace, Dryden, Kenora, and Red Lake. The training enables adults of all ages to improve their skills to reach their full potential at work, at home, in school, and in the community. It affects different fields of study such as the improvement of oral and written expression, calculation, computer science, and the management of one’s learning.
Féminin Pluri-Elles is a group made up of Francophone women from Thunder Bay, aged 16 and over, who meet occasionally to participate in social activities, information evenings, and workshops on various subjects ranging according to the requests and needs of the members. When the women get together, everything takes place entirely in French.
The Club culture francophone de Thunder Bay (formerly Club Canadien-Français de Thunder Bay) is a non-profit organization that brings together and unites Francophones of all ages in the Thunder Bay region and surrounding areas. The main objectives of the CCF are to promote the social, cultural, and community development of the Francophone population.
Accueil francophone de Thunder Bay was created in 1986 to help Francophones in Northwestern Ontario obtain medical services in their own language. Accueil is subsidized by the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care.
Centr’Elles – Centre des femmes francophones du Nord-Ouest de l’Ontario is an organization whose goal is to work to :
AFNOO – Association des francophones du Nord-Ouest de l’Ontario- is a non-profit organization founded in 1977 by Francophones who care about the well-being of Francophone residents of the vast territory of Northwestern Ontario. AFNOO is an umbrella organization that works within the Francophone community and includes 28 groups and organizations. AFNOO was formed to inform and seek the cooperation of all Francophones in advancing the determination of an identity and recognition in Ontario