HARC Guiding Collaborators
HARC Guiding Collaborators invite HARC into relationships that, through meaningful multi-disciplinary and cross-community collaboration, enable relevant projects and long-term work on addressing health disparities in Northern and Indigenous communities.
February 18, 2021
The Good Neighbours Committee is a collaborator on various HARC projects. HARC research manager, Lisa Striegler, supports HARC’s partnership with the Good Neighbours Committee through being an active member of the Good Neighbours Committee in Vanderhoof for more than 20 years. Operating since 1999 and supported by funding from Resilience BC, the Good Neighbours Committee is committed to addressing racism and hate and fostering welcoming, inclusive and diverse communities using … Read More
December 13, 2013
Jennifer Annaïs Pighin is a visual artist, student, educator, and mother. She is a proud member of the Lheidli T’enneh First Nation with Wet’suwet’un, French Canadian, and Italian ancestry. She sits with the Gitumden clan in the house of Midik. As a current Graduate student and teaching assistant at UNBC in First Nations Studies, she also holds a Bachelor of Arts in Visual Arts from Emily Carr and a Bachelor … Read More
October 2, 2013
Nak’azdli First Nation is a Guiding Collaborator and community partner on Art Days and other HARC projects. Since 2010, the Nak’azdli Band Council, Health Centre, and other community organizations and members have welcomed Sarah de Leeuw to contribute to, participate in and work with community initiatives, events and issues. Nak’azdli is located on Necoslie I.R. No. 1 in Fort St. James; 60km north of Vanderhoof or 153km northwest of Prince George. There … Read More