In Pictures: Track and Field Day at Sk’aadgaa Naay

Students from elementary schools across Haida Gwaii got to run, jump, and…

Trail builders seek official support for Skidegate-Queen Charlotte plan

It’s no walk in the park. Trail builders Mark Walsh and Rémi…

Rescued bears ‘Gwaay Taan’ and ‘Taan Sqwaana’ return to Haida Gwaii

Two orphaned black bears are home on Haida Gwaii after wintering at Northern Lights Wildlife Shelter

In Pictures: Dempsey Collinson Trail begins to take shape

Mark Walsh is a trailblazer, but if he has a machete it…

Skidegate set for a big building year

Skidegate voted strongly in favour of familiar faces in the March 20…

Skidegate Saints win second U13 girls challenge at Junior All-Native

Maybe their teachers took a Spring Break, but girls on the Skidegate…

Skidegate breaks ground for new health and wellness centre

Led by the XaaydaGa Dlaang Society, $6-million centre promises a holistic approach to health

Minor injuries reported after car hits school bus in Skidegate

Two elementary school students and a driver suffered minor injuries on Monday…

New Skidegate Co-op is a go

Haida Gwaii Co-op members vote 92 per cent in favour of increased loan to build the new store

Q.C. voters reject hillside site for sewage treatment plant

“No” votes win village referendum on sewage treatment property by a huge margin: 322 to 21.

Opus sizes up proposed site for Queen Charlotte sewage plant

Engineers take preliminary look at proposed treatment plant site ahead of Feb. 24 referendum

Photos: Ts’aahl wins super-close Clan Tournament

Three games finished in overtime. In the semi-final, the defending Clan Tournament…

Haida Gwaii solar projects are looking up

On a recent road trip in Belgium, Hanna Edenshaw was struck by…

News in Brief — Dec. 8, 2017

Harbour Day 2.0 Masset’s Harbour Day is making a comeback, and moving…

Student clubs get a boost after islands’ first fentanyl scare

After the first fentanyl overdose on Haida Gwaii, south-end parent and community…

LED streetlights shine at last

BC Hydro is doing a year-long test of LED streetlights at over two dozen locations in Haida Gwaii

Two orphan bear cubs travel from Haida Gwaii to Smithers

Haida elders name sibling cubs Gwaay Taan for “island bear” and Taan Sqwaana, “other bear.”

Damaged Telus line leaves south-end hospital, customers without phone or internet

Repairs not expected to be fully finished until early Sunday morning

Pitching a plateau trail between Skidegate and Queen Charlotte

Taking the “high way” between Skidegate and Queen Charlotte may never be…

Skidegate welcomes The Sun on Top of the House

100 KW project is now the largest community-owned solar installation in B.C.