HARC Advisory Committee

The HARC Advisory Committee meets once a year, and also contributes throughout the year via email discussion, as research or project needs arise. HARC staff compile a semi-annual Newsletter for distribution to the Advisory Committee as well as research partners and funders.

March 7, 2019

Lauren Aldred

Lauren believes that her primary relationship is with the Land; she enjoys this relationship through silence and listening, canoeing, snowshoeing, food and medicine gathering, hiking, and in time will rejoin the earth with peace. Her mixed heritage is English and non-status Plains Indigenous. She is very proud of and enjoys the company of her three adult sons Nicholas, Dylan, Robin and the daughter-of-her-heart, Stevie-Lynn. She lives with her canine companions, …

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November 30, 2013

Jane Inyallie

Jane is TseK’ehne First Nations from McLeod Lake, BC. Her mother was Lena Inyallie and her father was Walter Solonas. Jane was born in Prince Rupert BC, and lived in McLeod Lake with her Mother Lena, Maternal Grandmother Harrieta A’Huille as well as her Paternal Grandparents Monique and Theodore Toodick; and other Elders and extended family in McLeod Lake. She later moved with her family to outskirts of Prince George. Jane attended Lejac Residential …

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Terri Aldred

Dr. Terri Aldred is Carrier from the Tl’Azt’En Nation whose traditional territory is North of Fort St. James near the geographical centre of British Columbia.  Tl’Azt’En are a matriarchal people and therefore she follows her great-grandmother Cecilia Prince’s line and is from the Lusilyoo (frog) clan. Terri was born in Prince George and ultimately graduated form high school there, however, she spent over 6 years in between living on the Tachet …

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November 8, 2013

Caroline Shooner, MD

Caroline Shooner Caroline grew up in Montreal and completed her medical degree at McGill University (1996) and her Family Medicine residency at Memorial University (1998). She spent the first years of her medical career traveling and working across the country, while also recording music and performing as part of the original folk duo Her Sweet Time.  ​​ In 2007, Caroline joined the Queen Charlotte medical team and has been practicing on Haida …

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