Black Gold

May 17, 2018 0

Rhonda Lee McIsaac The sound of seawater lapping against the rocks at Suu liwans Gawdaas in Nang Xaldangaas Protected Area was constant as rain jacket-clad men and women clambered along the rocky shoreline. They came […]

Clean Energy

Sunshine in Your Mind

May 10, 2018 0

Rhonda Lee McIsaac From 2007, Spark! Sustainable Energy Solutions has installed about 60 kilowatts of energy production capacity around Haida Gwaii. This renewable energy powers infrastructure all across the Islands including the Gaw Youth Centre, T’aalan […]


Taa Suu – Food Lake

May 7, 2018 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 […]


Super Cute: Stubby Squid

May 4, 2018 0

  Rhonda Lee McIsaac — The Stubby squid, Rossia pacifica of the sepiolid family of cephalopods, was recently observed in the milky green waters of southern Haida Gwaii during the Haida Fisheries Program herring survey. […]