• Mild temperatures forecast to continue


    It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas, if only for the decorations and lights. With the mild temperatures, students have been spotted walking to school in shorts and without jackets, a trend that could continue throughout the winter season.

  • Demolition project went well, GMDC reports


    The Greater Massett Development Corporation received a warm thank you from Old Massett at its annual general meeting Monday night.
    Director John T. Jones thanked the GMDC for awarding the contract to demolish the barracks, mess hall and recreation ce

  • Graduation rate is best ever, school district reports


    Students on Haida Gwaii are doing better than ever, according to the annual report on student achievement that superintendent Angus Wilson presented to school trustees Tuesday night.
    Mr. Wilson started off his presentation by thanking all the teacher

  • SQCRD investigates 911 type service for Haida Gwaii


    The Skeena – Queen Charlotte Regional District will be looking into a common emergency number for all of Haida Gwaii following concerns raised by Director Mike Racz.
    “There is one woman who works with our [Tlell] fire department and she is getting ol

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  • Next year, a water buffalo?


    One goat-$150, one water buffalo for $700, two rabbits for $35, four rabbits for $70, ducks, clothing, water...what should we do? \r
    This year for the holidays of giving, feasting, friends and family, the Tow Hill kids got together and decided on send