Harmony Johnson Harmer

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Northern Sport Culture and Recreation District, Northern Saskatchewan

Harmony Johnson-Harder is a Cree Metis woman who belongs to the Montreal Lake Cree Nation on Treaty 6 territory in Northern Saskatchewan. She is currently residing in Prince Albert and is the Program Manager for Culture and Community Development, for the Northern Sport Culture and Recreation District, in Northern Saskatchewan. In her role, she supports communities in developing their grass roots Culture programming and initiatives. She is currently launching a few new initiatives for the Northern District, a new resource that will compile and promote noteworthy Northern Arts and Culture Leaders as well as radio promotion, to celebrate Northern Indigenous elders, for National Indigenous Peoples month. 

In the past Harmony was the Chair for the La Ronge arts council and has helped the small volunteer-run organization grow in their arts programing and community outreach. She currently sits on the Prince Albert Arts Board as a member at large and has sat on the Prince Albert Council for the Arts board. As an artist herself; Harmony is passionate about the arts and knows the huge value in supporting Arts and Culture particularly in Indigenous and Northern communities. 

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