Knowledge Mobilization Works has the privilege to work with a broad range of clients.  This mix of on-the-ground perspectives – from small local non-profit service organizations to large international associations -gives us a horizontal view.

We see things that others may miss.  We help create linkages between silos.  We facilitate conversations that need to happen.  When we learn something new, we share it with our clients, so that the value of their work can be enhanced.  Let us help you do more with your knowledge.

Elizabeth Murray, Project Coordinator, Radiation Treatment Program, Cancer Care Ontario says: The CoP (Community of Practice) development workshop provided by Peter Levesque from Knowledge Mobilization Works was informative, engaging and interactive. With a strong understanding in adult learning principles, Peter’s presentation style keeps participants interested and engaged throughout the day. The workshop provided our program with the forum for which to discuss our successes, challenges and next steps when forming our Communities of Practice. The tools and workbook provided by Peter are an excellent resource that we can refer to often. Thank you Peter!

Amy Coupal, Executive Director, Curriculum Services Canada says: Thank you for your presentation and follow up conversations. You were truly a hit! You seemed to appeal to everyone both more technically savvy and those less so.  Your message was clear and accessible no matter where people were on the continuum. Thanks again for doing this.

Dr. Budd Hall, University of Victoria says: Peter is a visionary in the field of knowledge mobilization and knowledge strategies for community well-being. He brings a depth of theoretical understanding about the role of knowledge in social transformation to the challenges of using knowledge to solve the complex and multi-sectoral issues of these times.  He is a gifted networker, a superb facilitator and a creative designer of knowledge mobilization and related strategies. He is comfortable with business, government, academic and community audiences.  He is Canada’s leading voice in knowledge mobilization.

Jonathan Green, Director of Knowledge Management, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill says: Peter is on the leading edge of thought within the knowledge management. His, as well as his Canadian colleagues’, mantra is “knowledge mobilization” a concept that lends a much needed social and action orientation to the knowledge management arena.  Based on my personal experience and exposure in the field I believe the methodologies he and others are developing are responding to shifting realities and will have staying power and practicality for society in the coming decade.

This is a sample of the organizations we have worked with:


The Hospital for Sick Children, McMaster University – School of Nursing | Montreal Children’s Hospital | Alberta Health Services | CAMH – Centre for Addiction and Mental Health | Ontario Centre of Excellence for Child and Youth Mental Health | PureMed Naturopathic Centre | Canadian Mental Health Association –  Ontario | Whitewater Bromley Community Health Centre Satellite | Alzheimer Society of British Columbia | Calgary Health Region | Cancer Care Ontario | Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario | Kingston General Hospital | Ontario Neurotrauma Foundation | Ontario Injury Prevention Conference | Workplace Safety and Prevention Services | Health Nexus |Rick Hansen Institute | Quality Health Network | The Canadian Health Leadership Network


Conseil des écoles catholiques de langue française du Centre-Est | Canadian Council on Learning | Council of Ontario Directors of Education | Peel District School Board | Ottawa-Carleton Catholic School Board | Limestone District School Board | Centre Giare | Catholic Principal Council of Ontario | National Association for the Education of Young Children | Curriculum Services Canada


Alberta Heritage Foundation for Medical Research | Université de Montréal | OISE – University of Toronto | University of Saskatchewan | Université du Québec | University of Guelph | University of Ottawa | Groupe de recherche Médias et santé – Université du Québec à Montréal | York University | Carthy Foundation | Centre for the Study of Co-operatives – University of Saskatchewan | Carleton University | Metropolis Centre – Immigration and Metropolis | Queen’s University at Kingston – Monieson Centre | Royal Roads University | University of Victoria | University of Toronto

Culture, Community

Citizen Advocacy of Ottawa | Canadian Alliance for Community Service-Learning | United Way/Centraide Ottawa | Carleton Centre for Community Innovation | Centre canadien de leadership en évaluation | Société Santé en français | Applied Ability| l’Assemblée de la francophonie de l’Ontario | Canadian Alliance for Community Service-Learning | Native Women’s Association of Canada | Social and Enterprise Development Innovations

Children, Families, Seniors

Alberta Centre for Child | Family and Community Research | Canadian Centre for Elder Law | Seniors Health Research Transfer Network | Child and Youth Health Network of Eastern Ontario | Early Years Hamilton | FII-ON – Father Involvement Initiative Ontario Network | FIRA – Father Involvement Research Alliance | FPG Child Development Institute – The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill | Ontario Children’s Health Network |  NICE – the National Initiative for the Care of the Elderly | Children First | Reaching In Reaching Out | Ontario Association for Infant and Child Development


Human Resources and Skills Development Canada | Direction de santé publique – Montérégie | Public Health Agency of Canada | National Collaborating Centre for Health Public Policy | Canada Revenue Agency | Canada School of the Public Service | National Collaborating Centre for Tools and Methods


Alberta Traffic Safety Conference | Traffic Injury Research Foundation