Black Gold

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 in search of black gold hanging from rocks or lying thick on the exposed intertidal Read more…

Moving to Higher Ground

Rhonda Lee McIsaac The hillside adjacent to the Council of the Haida Nation building and behind Taaw Naay Gas Station and the Skidegate Band Council office has changed dramatically. About 2 hectares of forest have cleared to make way for the new 9435 square foot XaaydaGa Dlaang Society building. Excavators Read more…

Hand made & heart felt

Signs tell stories and the signs posted throughout the Islands condemning the proposed Enbridge pipeline project stand with special significance in our communities. They are a reminder to ourselves of the firm position held by most everyone on Haida Gwaii and the fortitude exhibited at the 2012 Joint Review Panel Read more…