Exploring Haida Gwaii

The summit of Sleeping Beauty Trail outside of Queen Charlotte. (Flavien Mabit photo)

Haida Gwaii makes New York Times 52 Places list

Newspaper includes the islands on its annual list

 

The first totem pole raising in almost a century took place in Old Massett in August 1969. (NFB photo)

VIDEO: Doc on historic Haida Gwaii totem pole-raising heads to TIFF

Old Massett totem pole raising revisited in Christopher Auchter’s documentary Now Is The Time

 

BLOG: Saying Goodbye to Haida Gwaii

BLOG: Saying Goodbye to Haida Gwaii

Earl Marriott student Jessica Cooper says she learned a deeper understanding of herself

  • May 9, 2019

 

A group of Earl Marriott Secondary students are on a cultural adventure through Haida Gwaii. (Contributed photo)

BLOG: ‘Haida Gwaii is a celebration of life and love’

Earl Marriott Secondary students share cultural adventure of Haida Gwaii

A group of Earl Marriott Secondary students are on a cultural adventure through Haida Gwaii. (Contributed photo)
Earl Marriott Secondary students are on a cultural adventure in Haida Gwaii, and have offered to share their experience, in way of blog posts, with Peace Arch News. (Contributed photo)

BLOG: Haida Gwaii trip prompts ‘clearer sense of knowledge on Indigenous culture’

Earl Marriott Secondary students share experience in Haida Gwaii

  • May 8, 2019
Earl Marriott Secondary students are on a cultural adventure in Haida Gwaii, and have offered to share their experience, in way of blog posts, with Peace Arch News. (Contributed photo)
Earl Marriott Secondary students are on a cultural adventure at Haida Gwaii. The students have agreed to share their experience with Peace Arch News. (Contributed photo)

BLOG: Haida Gwaii trip offers ‘opportunity to disconnect’ for South Surrey students

Earl Marriott students, who are currently in Haida Gwaii, share their experience with PAN

  • May 7, 2019
Earl Marriott Secondary students are on a cultural adventure at Haida Gwaii. The students have agreed to share their experience with Peace Arch News. (Contributed photo)