Governing Together

June 12, 2020 1

Linnaea Fyles  The All-Islands Protocol Table was formed after agreements were ratified between the Haida Nation and each of the municipalities and regional districts from 2004-2008.   The Protocol Agreements are all available on the Haida […]


Gwaay Taan spotted this fall

November 22, 2019 1

Rhonda Lee McIsaac What is big, black, orange, and wanders in the woods? Gwaay Taan, of course! “Gwaay Taan” is the cub captured along with his sister in November 2017. They were sent to the […]


Moosemeat & Marmalade

October 31, 2019 0

Haida Gwaii inspired a season full of film this summer with crews working on local projects, veteran film crews returning to the Islands to present completed works and new filmmakers starting fresh projects. Moosemeat & […]


A Place to Take a Break

October 29, 2019 1

Rhonda Lee McIsaac Sk’aadgaa Naay Elementary School cares about GidGalang children. The well-being of GidGalang is a primary concern for the school and an important element to the healthy atmosphere of the school is the […]


What a Dive

September 27, 2019 1

Rhonda Lee McIsaac With 3,200 pounds of air strapped to their backs, breathing through regulators, and wearing flippers and slick black suits, six students dove like fledgling sealions at Kay Llnagaay in early August. The […]


Now is the Time

August 22, 2019 0

On this day 50 years ago Haida raised the first gya’aang cedar monument at Gaw Tlagee in close to a century. The day marked the resurgence of a carving tradition Haida have developed since the […]


Gwaay Taan Sighting

November 5, 2018 0

      Rhonda Lee McIsaac In May, Haida Laas participated in a taan Haida Gwaii black bear relocation program. Crews released two rehabilitated yearlings into the forest of Daawxuusda the West Coast of Haida […]

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