Ongoing Initiatives

November 9, 2020

HARC Fall Newsletter

It’s been a busy season at the HARC! Please click on the image below to access our Fall Newsletter which includes exciting updates about our team, partners, and past and upcoming projects.  

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November 2, 2020

Cultural Wellness at Home Infographic Summary

This September the HARC wrapped up our summer-long Creative Wellness at Home program. We had a LOT of fun developing each individual project — to find out more about them please click here:

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October 28, 2020

Girls Resilience, Ingenuity & Tenacity (GRIT) Program

The Health Arts Research Centre (HARC) is excited to partner with the Terrace Women’s Resource Society (TWRC) in their Girls Resilience, Ingenuity & Tenacity (GRIT) Program. This fall, and again in the new year, our team will offer virtual presentations for participants interested in Indigenous Knowledge, arts, and science – all with an eye to promoting health careers for northern, rural, remote and Indigenous girls! Marion Erickson will give our …

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October 24, 2020

Northern Storytelling in a Pandemic

During COVID-times, some of HARC’s work with healthcare professionals has had to pivot in new and innovative ways. In late September, Dr. Sarah de Leeuw was honoured to co-facilitate a story-based event for a myriad of healthcare professionals in northern BC to explore the impacts of a global pandemic at personal and community-based levels. Attended by more than 25 participants, the workshop was a resounding success and has spurred further …

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September 29, 2020

Indigenous Voices, Stories, and Healthcare at the University of Northern British Columbia, Northwest Campus (Terrace)

  The HARC team was inspired and encouraged by the energy and conversations surrounding our most recent workshop, “Indigenous Voices, Stories, and Healthcare” held at the UNBC Northwest Campus (Terrace) on September 23rd. Warm thanks and appreciation to our presenters, storytellers, and helpers, Coco Miller, Nicole Halbauer, Erica Wilson, Sarah de Leeuw, and Lisa Striegler and to the Terrace Physician Initiative Group Society (TPIGS) team, as well as to all those …

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