HG Semester off to a good start

  • Jan. 27, 2012 12:00 p.m.

Last week Haida Gwaii Semester students gave presentations about Tlell, Skidegate, Port and Masset to finish up their “Diversifying Resource Dependent Communities” course. They made some observations and suggestions for how these communities can become better self-sustaining and the importance of tourism and retaining youth with more post-secondary education opportunities on Haida Gwaii. Visit haidagwaiisemester.com to see what they’ll be up to next.

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