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A Great List

July 29, 2016 0

This year, the Haida Nation is proud to celebrate and acknowledge graduates at every level in Gaaw, HlGaagilda and beyond. Throughout the past few months, ceremonies and celebrations have honoured the graduates as they were […]


When we talk many listen

July 27, 2016 0

Rhonda Lee McIsaac — “Today, on National Aboriginal Day, is a celebration for the entire Haida Nation!” exclaimed University of Northern British Columbia alumni, Ms. Lori Noyce to a group of Haida women who had […]


Plastic: fantastic microjunk

July 21, 2016 0

Rhonda Lee McIsaac — “Microplastics are everywhere,” Dr. Gies said, as she handed out small bottles full of brightly coloured samples to those gathered at the Haida Heritage Centre this past month.Vancouver Aquarium research biologist […]


Big LNG project delayed

July 15, 2016 0

LNG Canada is delaying its decision to build a $50 billion export facility in Kitimat until the end of 2017, the company announced this July 11. The facility was expected to export 24 million tonnes […]


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 […]


Salmon Bones and Bonehead

July 12, 2016 0

Rhonda McIsaac — The slick brown face of a Sdllguu river otter hlgiits’idýaaga bobbing out of the water  eats the discarded remains of a salmon head at the Yaagun Gandlaay Yakoun River boat launch area. […]


Haidas paddle to Juneau

July 4, 2016 0

A canoe bearing Haida crew was counted among the 10 canoes and roughly 100 paddlers to land on the shores of Douglas Harbour. Their arrival signaled the beginning of Celebration, a four-day festival from June […]