The Mid North Network

Mission Statement

Through strong leadership and innovation, we provide quality support and knowledge for learning communities.

Vision Statement

Adults who prosper through life-long learning to attain literacy and essential skills to actively contribute to their communities.


  • Knowledge
  • Innovation
  • Cooperation
  • Leadership

2021-22 Regional Network Literacy Service Plan (EN) (click to download)

2021-22 Regional Network Literacy Service Plan (FR) (click to download)

2022 MNN Community Profile Report (click to download)

2023-24 Regional Network Literacy Service Plan (EN) (click to download)

2023-24 Regional Network Literacy Service Plan (FR) (click to download)

MNN Organizational Structure (click to download)

MNN Service Delivery Chart 23-24 (click to download)

MNN Purpose/Vision Document 2023-2024 (click to download)

Board of Directors

  • Chair: Matthew Binks, Cambrian College, Instructor

  • Vice Chair: Ginette Comeau-Roy, Spark Employment Services, Training & Skills Development Manager

  • Secretary: Mara Waern, Canadian Hearing Society, Employment Services

  • Director: Bradie Granger, Cambrian College, Chair – General Studies

  • Director: Charline Smith, Cambrian College, Chair – Academic Success & Continuous Learning

  • Director: Carolyn Hepburn, Sault College,  Dean – School of Indigenous Studies and Academic Upgrading

Communities/ Agencies in The MNN's Region

Blind River:


Elliot Lake:



North Bay:

Parry Sound – West:

Parry Sound East:

Sault Ste. Marie:


St. Charles:

Sturgeon Falls:



As a member of Mid North Network you will:
  • receive regular information including newsletters and e-bulletins
  • receive reduced rates for literacy conferences and other special events
  • be eligible to be on network committees and other special project reference groups
  • be eligible for nomination to the Board of Directors
  • be connected to adult literacy and learning opportunities locally, provincially and nationally
  • have a vote at all general meetings of the network
  • have access to the network resources such as: materials, reports, videos and curriculum support
For further information about becoming a member of The Mid North Network please email
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