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“If it calls to you, you should jump in,” says Great Owl Lightning.
New imaging equipment at Mills and a proposed Sandspit water taxi are among the latest news briefs.
BC Ferries set to open seven paid parking spaces inside the terminal lot, starting June 1.
Bright, breezy day makes every run a winner at Tlell cross-country meet.
New bill would ban most tankers carrying crude or ‘persistent’ oil, but not LNG or gasoline.
Sam Thorgeirson takes on chief’s role after getting top marks at Texas firefighting school.
“It’s definitely a radical departure from community forestry as we know it in B.C. today.”
Self-rescue training follows deadly 2012 accident in Sechelt Rapid that killed two SAR volunteers.
“It feels amazing,” says Gray, speaking at home in Skidegate.
Pocket guide tells the story of Haida Gwaii agates, and Tlell stonecutter Dutes Dutheil.
Data from the 2016 census show Haida Gwaii is growing older overall
MLA hopefuls list jobs, affordability, green power and coastal protection as top priorities.
Hayfield plan could help keep deer off airport runway
Directors of the Gwaii Trust Society are getting set to launch a new community foundation focused on social causes.
North-end parents are looking for a new champion after the recent closure Masset’s only daycare.
Over the entire 70-minute debate, only one issue split all three candidates wide apart: campaign financing.
Starting next year, Queen Charlotte will set a firm spring deadline for the first round of grants.
Six types of LED streetlights will soon be installed in Queen Charlotte, Skidegate, Port Clements, and Masset for a year-long test.
Queen Charlotte council has passed a new zoning bylaw that stops recreational marijuana shops from sparking up before the village is ready.
Tlell, Port Clements firefighters quick to arrive on scene of workshop fire.