Our Work

The Art and Science of Collaboration

Drawing on our experience collaborative practice on a range of issues, Wanda Jamieson, Dianne Kinnon and Amy Knoblesdorf formed a project team to prepare a report to assist the Canadian High Arctic Research Station Science and Technology Program (CHARS S&T Program) in advancing its collaborative practice and its evaluation. The report explores effective practices in […]

Canadian Women’s Foundation Economic Development Final Meeting

It was a pleasure to attend the Canadian Women’s Foundation’s Economic Development Grantee meeting in Toronto, June 8- 10, 2015, with Elana Nightingale, Manager, Social and Economic Development at Pauktuutit Inuit Women of Canada. It was a great opportunity to re-connect with, and learn from the experiences of other economic grantees.  Thanks to CWF for […]

Launching the Inuit Cancer Project Evaluation

JHG is pleased to be evaluating the second phase of the Inuit Cancer Project (a partnership between Pauktuutit Inuit Women of Canada and the Canadian Cancer Society, with funding support from Jaguar Land Rover Canada ULC). The goals of this project are to increase awareness of cancer prevention among Inuit and to increase the reach […]

41st Annual Canadian Association for Conservation (CAC) Conference

We were pleased to participate in the 41st Annual Canadian Association for Conservation (CAC) Conference in Edmonton (May 28 – 30, 2015). The program committee assembled a very interesting and cohesive slate of speakers representing both Canadian and International projects. By the time the 2015 Conference came to a close, there was already tremendous buzz […]