Back from whence it came

April 26, 2017 0

Graham Richard — A new film premiered on Haida Gwaii about a new name’s return and an old name’s reestablishment. Director Gwaliga Hart’s new film ‘Giving Back the Name with Respect’ premiered at the Haida […]


The next 100 days

March 17, 2017 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 […]


Women’s Day

March 8, 2017 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. […]


A blink of the eyes

October 26, 2016 0

Alaskan Xaadas Kil: SGid Gaa.uuldang HlGaagilda Xaayda Kil: SGid Gaa uulda GuuGaaldang Gaaw Xaad Kil: SGid Gaa.uuldangwaay Supernatural beings in our stories are often tied to the land and waters of Haida Gwaii. The Hiilang.nga xidid Thunderbird is […]


Tying it all together

August 9, 2016 0

Graham Richard — A 40-foot monumental pole will join Naay I’waans, the centuries-old Haida house in the village of Gasa’aan, late this summer. The Past-Present-Future Pole is a project directed by the community and funded […]


Becoming closer to who we are

July 13, 2016 0

Tuul gundlas cyaal xaada The Rainbow Creek Dancers converged at Juneau, Alaska for four days of singing and dancing at Celebration, a cultural festival. Between the various groups arriving from Haida Gwaii and Vancouver they hauled heavy […]

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