• No school Tuesday


    Teachers will be in a study session Tuesday, then on the picket lines Wednesday, meaning no school in School District 50 schools on Haida Gwaii in the first few days of this week, possibly longer.
    A mediator last week left the table, saying there is

  • Wally Cheer remembered


    Flags outside the village office in Port Clements were lowered to half-mast Wednesday afternoon (Aug. 20) after the sudden death of mayor Wally Cheer.
    Mr. Cheer, who was in his mid-60s, was well-known for his quiet and polite manner and the countles

  • MIEDS seeks new head


    The Misty Isles Economic Development Society is advertising for a new economic development officer, following the sudden departure of former ec dev officer Heather Adel.
    MIEDS chair Andrew Merilees said Ms Adel did excellent work over the past sever

3 Years ago this week

  • Lodge guest catches monster fish


    A huge 84 pound (38 kilogram) chinook salmon measuring 51.5 inches in length was caught, photographed and released just east of Haida Gwaii's Klahwun Point recently by Chris Lewis, a Queen Charlotte Lodge guest.
    The monster fish, caught August 21, i