Film

Marika Talking to the Moon

January 18, 2018 info@haidanation.com 0

Rhonda Lee McIsaac Language preservation, storytelling and children go hand-in-hand when education and culture intersect at an elementary level. From an Indigenous perspective, this has always been a way to teach – by watching, listening […]

Women's Dialogue Session

Wise Women Rising

December 5, 2017 info@haidanation.com 2

On the weekend of November 5, 2017, Haida women from across the Islands and from away, gathered for the Haida Women’s Dialogue Session in HlGaagilda Skidegate – the first of a three-part series hosted by […]

Education

A Great List 2017

July 10, 2017 info@haidanation.com 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 […]

Language

When we talk many listen

July 27, 2016 info@haidanation.com 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 […]

Language

Dii gwii kaahl! (I win!)

December 16, 2015 info@haidanation.com 0

Laughter echoes through the Stlaay Daw Naay Welcoming House at the Heritage Centre at Kay Llnagaay. Amid the shouts and giggles are the sounds of a recovering language, broken by wide smiles. This is what […]

Language

Left in the dust

October 27, 2015 info@haidanation.com 0

This year Brooklyn, New York resident and Reuters’ journalist Chris Taylor ran 26.2 miles to raise thousands of dollars for the Haida language. His 49 supporters pledged $2,754 to the marathoner’s Indie Go Go campaign, […]

Critters

Swimming does not make dogs sick

July 22, 2015 info@haidanation.com 0

By Graham Richard — An upset stomach, affectionately dubbed “garbage-can gastroenteritis” in the veterinary community, is a very common problem for the beloved canine. It is caused by their indiscriminate consumption of “junk-food” like deer […]

art

2 Poles and 400 Strong

June 18, 2015 info@haidanation.com 1

By Tawla Jaad — The students of Gidgalang Kuuyas Naay welcomed the students of Sk’aadgaa Naay Elementary, Agnus L. Mathers Elementary and members of the community to witness the raising of two totem poles at the […]