Swimming does not make dogs sick

July 22, 2015 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 […]


Of herring and humpbacks

July 15, 2015 0

By Molly Clarkson – Scientists presented their research on herring stocks in Gwaii Haanas June 24 at the Haida Heritage Centre. The research is part of the Ocean Tipping Points project, an international collaborative project […]


A great list

July 15, 2015 0

By Graham Richard — This year the communities of Gaaw and HlGaagilda celebrated the Haida Nation’s Grade-12 graduates. Special ceremonies at the Old Massett Community Hall and the George Brown Recreation Centre honoured them for […]


This paint is permanent

July 10, 2015 0

By Graham Richard with Zachary Grosse — This year’s Global Pride Week has brought colour to the streets of New Massett. To celebrate diversity and individuality, community volunteers painted the rainbow flag on crosswalks downtown […]


Riding the tide on Haida Gwaii!

July 9, 2015 0

By Valine Crist — On July 3rd, Haida Gwaii CoASt (Communities Against Supertankers) organized a RIDE THE TIDE – NO TANKERS event on-Island. Xuuj Tluuwee (a 14-person Haida canoe), 10 paddle boarders, and one kayak […]

National Affairs

To the ocean returned

July 8, 2015 0

By Molly Clarkson — It’s a robin blue sky day on the central coast and hot. Gathered around a fire on a bluff overlooking a pristine white beach are Haida and Heiltsuk. They have gathered to […]


Touchdown at Sk’aadg̱aa Naay

July 6, 2015 0

Delighted parents kept excited children at a distance as a helicopter landed on the Sk’aadg_aa Naay Elementary School field this Sunday. Members of the Seahawks travelled a long way from their hometown of Seattle to […]


Gad Ts’asdll: A Big Celebration

June 30, 2015 0

By Tawla Jaad — Aboriginal Day was celebrated at Sk’aad Aboriginal Day was celebrated at Sk’aadgaa Naay Elementary School with a variety of activities that honoured the Haida territory on which the school is situated. […]


2 Poles and 400 Strong

June 18, 2015 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 […]

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