Our Work

Participatory Collaborative Project Evaluation with the Canadian Ethnocultural Council

JHG’s Specialized Management Consulting team recently completed a participatory, collaborative evaluation of the Canadian Ethnocultural Council’s Hepatitis-C and Other Related Communicable Diseases in High-Risk Immigrant Communities Project. Through this evaluation, we had the opportunity to engage with the CEC, its project partners and trainers, in the evaluation design, implementation, reflection and analysis. Wanda Jamieson, Amy […]

Performance Measurement & Evaluation 

JHG provides program evaluation planning and implementation services to governments. Recent examples for the Department of Justice include evaluation plans for program initiatives on topics such as victims of crime, family violence, drugs, and various legal services portfolios. On behalf of the Public Health Agency of Canada, JHG designed an interactive assessment tool and facilitation […]

Addressing Public Health Challenges 

The Canadian Ethnocultural Council (CEC) with funding from the Public Health Agency of Canada, is developing and delivering train the trainer workshops with ethnocultural communities  across Canada on “Hepatitis C and Other Communicable Diseases”. JHG is providing evaluation services in support of this work. Learn more about this work at www.cec.ca. The Canadian Public Health Association, […]

Health Literacy among Inuit 

JHG is evaluating another Pauktuutit project that aims to increase Inuit health literacy about cancer and related risk factors, as well as screening and early detection. We evaluated a project on sexual health “Tukisiviit? Do you understand?” that used a similar model to engage Inuit language specialists and practitioners . Learn more about these projects, […]

Women and Sustainable Economic Development 

JHG is providing participatory evaluation services on various projects being undertaken by Pauktuutit Inuit Women of Canada. For example, with funding from the Canadian Women’s Foundation’s Economic Development Program, we are working together to chronicle and evaluate workshops for current and aspiring Inuit women entrepreneurs using a sustainable livelihoods model adapted to the Inuit context. […]

Preservation Housekeeping Workshop for the Preservation Society of Newport County, Rhode Island

JHG offers customized, site specific training workshops and tools for conservation practitioners. In collaboration with our colleagues in the field, JHG developed and delivered Preservation Housekeeping for Historic House Museums, for the site supervisors and housekeepers of the Preservation Society of Newport County. The mansions of Newport County, Rhode Island provide a stunning glimpse of the […]

Calgary Stampede Heritage Collections Facility Study

In collaboration with Brian Laurie-Beamount, JHG worked with the Calgary Stampede Historic Collection, delivering a comprehensive assessment of the present and future storage options for this valuable cultural asset which plays a vital role in telling the story of the Calgary Stampede. The JHG team identified options to facilitate access to more objects with a […]

Our Expertise at Work in the Supreme Court of Canada

JHG is providing specialist expertise to Public Works and Government Services Canada, and the Canadian Conservation Institute, on heritage preservation and conservation projects taking place within the Supreme Court of Canada building and collection. Designed by noted Canadian Architect Ernest Cormier, the spectacular chateau styled building incorporates Art Deco elements in the design of its […]

Alberta Flood Recovery Effort

In the days leading up to June 20th, 2013, the province of Alberta experienced heavy rainfall that triggered catastrophic flooding which came to be known as the worst flood in Alberta’s history. We are proud to be a part of the conservation community that was called into action to recover hundreds of objects from public […]

Collaborating for Healthy, Safe and Sustainable Futures

JHG, in partnership with the Centre for Initiatives on Children, Youth and Community at Carleton University, is working with the Sustainable Communities Initiative (SCI) – a multifaceted collaboration between oil and gas companies and Indigenous communities, partners and stakeholders in the oil sands region of northern Alberta. This deep collaboration focusses on advancing the social […]