IINANG (Herring): UPDATE 2

March 23, 2017 haidanation 0

Haida Fisheries officers aboard the Haida Guardian joined the fishing vessel Queens Reach last week passing through Daa’ulgaay Skidegate Narrows to Duu Guusd the West Coast of Haida Gwaii. The crew measured iinang herring numbers […]


Salmon Trail leads to Basketball Court

March 20, 2017 haidanation 1

by Rhonda McIsaac — “Welcome to our Salmon trail. Welcome to our trails across this land, to our place,” sang the High Water Singers, welcoming 61 teams to the annual 17-and-under Junior All Native Basketball […]


The next 100 days

March 17, 2017 haidanation 0

by Rhonda Lee McIsaac — The countdown is on in Gaaw. For the next 100 days, carvers working on the Totem in the Forest project will be working from sun up ‘til sundown– and probably […]

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IINANG (Herring): UPDATE 1

March 14, 2017 haidanation 0

  Staff from the Department of Fisheries and Oceans is looking at iinang herring health around Haida Gwaii again this year. DFO chartered FV Queens Reach to conduct the tests over 25 survey days. The seiner […]


Women’s Day

March 8, 2017 haidanation 0

This Women’s Day, the Haida Nation would like to honour the supernatural mothers of our Nation – Jiila Kuns, SG̲uuluu Jaad and K̲alga Jaad, who were on Haida Gwaii tens of thousands of years ago. […]


Star above the bowl of the moon

February 28, 2017 haidanation 0

Rhonda Lee McIsaac — The Nass Valley has been the home of the Nisg­a’a for thousands of years. After a massive volcanic eruption in the 1700’s buried the upper Nass Valley the villages and landscape […]


A Walk Acknowledged

February 24, 2017 haidanation 0

Rhonda Lee McIsaac — Kura sniffed at the letter held by her human, Brett Merchant. It was an official letter from the First Nations Summit Political Executive inviting both of them for lunch to acknowledge […]

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