• More marine safety measures needed, says Ministry of Environment


    The Ministry of the Environment says it recognizes the need for stronger preventative measures and better communication after the “near miss” with Russian cargo ship Simushir in October, which could have spelled disaster on Haida Gwaii’s west coast.

  • Masset Rollergirls program launched


    Women and girls in Masset are on a roll!
    Over 25 strapped on skates and snagged new skills during a two-day workshop, officially launching the Masset Rollergirls last weekend.
    “Our hope is to build a supportive community of women - young and ol

  • Islanders talk about violence against women


    Islanders gathered at the Islands Wellness Society in Queen Charlotte on Dec. 5, uniting in honour of the National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women.
    “Today, we were able to talk about change. We had a really nice gathering, abo

  • Midwifery service marks five years on-island


    This month marks the fifth anniversary of Haida Gwaii Midwifery and islanders are gathering in Tlell on Sun. Dec. 14 to celebrate, ask questions, and share their thoughts about the future of pregnancy and birth on-islands.
    “Midwifery on Haida Gwaii m

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  • Four in running for Port Clements council position


    Four people have submitted nomination papers to run for a position on the Port Clements village council, the village office announced Friday. The four candidates are Brian Blair, Kazamir Falconbridge, Ian Gould, and Evelyn Robinson. The by-election will b