Association des francophones du nord-ouest de l'ontario (AFNOO)
AFNOO, which was established in 1977, is an umbrella organization gathering 22 associations in North-Western Ontario. Its chief objectives are to launch projects designed to foster the well-being of Francophones at the cultural, educational, economic and political levels. The organization works closely with and informs group members in an effort to assert Francophone identity in Ontario, It also strives to build and maintain links with other Francophone organizations, with school boards and with various levels of government.
Centr'Elles -the Centre des Femmes Francophones du Nord-Ouest de l'Ontario- is a non-profit community organization offering services to women 16 years old and over who have been sexually assaulted (Rape Crisis/Abuse Centre). Our mission is to work to end all forms of violence against women and to assert women's right and multiplicity of choices available to them.
Centr'Elles is the only francophone organization in Northwestern Ontario Providing services in French in the field of violence against women.
Le club canadien-français de Thunder Bay (CCF)
The Club Canadien Français de Thunder Bay was founded in 1965. It is a non-profit organization that brings Francophones of all ages together. The main goals of the Club Canadien Français are the promotion of the social and cultural values of the Francophone population in Thunder Bay and its area.
"Féminin Pluri-Elles" is composed of a group of francophone women from Thunder Bay (16 years of age and up). Together, these women participate in a variety of social activities, information sessions and workshops on a variety of subjects depending on the need and requests of the members. When this group of women meet, everything happens entirely in French!
L'Accueil Francophone de Thunder Bay
L'Accueil francophone de Thunder Bay, a non-profit agency, facilitates accessibility of health services with a focus on areas such as : interpretation, support services, representation and special projects.
Novocentre offers free training in French in Thunder Bay, Ignace, Dryden, Kenora and Red Lake. The support provided allows individuals to improve the skills in writing, reading, mathematics and technology necessary to their personal development, continued education and their integration into the labour market.