Culture

Men Gathering Together

September 4, 2018 info@haidanation.com 0

Rhonda Lee McIsaac At the village of Hl’yaalan ‘Lngee and in the shadow of Taaw Tl’ajuu, nearly 30 men from various nations came together to learn, heal, and support one another this summer. It was […]

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With Grunting Admiration

August 3, 2018 info@haidanation.com 2

Rhonda Lee McIsaac Who knew that xaaguu halibut heads were hard as rocks? Nuni Lily Brown did. Many large xaaguu heads crackled and creaked under the pressure of her hands and sharp knife skills. She […]

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Taa Suu – Food Lake

May 7, 2018 info@haidanation.com 1

Graham Richard The K’aas ‘Laanas Spruce Pitch People lived along Daawxuusda the west coast of Haida Gwaii. These kayxal raven matrilineage descendants established villages from Kaysuun Llnagaay Kaisun to Taa Suu Tasu Sound. They built […]

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Haida Now!

April 4, 2018 info@haidanation.com 1

Saahlinda Naay’s Haida Gwaii Museum’s former Curator Kwiiaawah Jones and current Museum Director Jisgang Nika Collison celebrated the opening of ‘Haida Now’ on March 15. The exhibit features over 450 Haida works at the Museum […]

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Can you make another one?

February 8, 2018 info@haidanation.com 0

Graham Richard — “With Haida stories, I want to say ‘this is how we see the world,’” said Haida animator, writer, and director Waats’daa Christopher Auchter. “We have a unique story to tell.” An audience of […]

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To lay the copper on the floor

November 1, 2017 info@haidanation.com 2

Graham Richard — Haida welcomed about thirty Haíłzaqv Heiltsuk delegates to the Islands this September 25 to take part in a conversation kuuniisii ancestors began over 125 years ago. The Peace Treaty meetings are part […]

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