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Ancestral pictograph near Kalagwees, Kalugwis, or Karlukwees or Qalogwis—the home community of the Tlowitsis Nation of the Kwakwaka'wakw peoples of the Johnstone Strait region of the South Coast of British Columbia, Canada. Photo by Brodie Guy.
October 23, 2020

Black Press: Tlowitsis First Nation records 370 archaeological sites on traditional territories across B.C.

The last decade has seen the creation of more than 100 businesses, 1,000 permanent jobs and 14 regional monitoring and Guardian Watchmen programs through...

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Haida women support their relatives in raising a carved monumental column by master carver Kilthguulans Christian White at Hl’yaalan ‘Lngee. The pole was raised in 2017 at Hiellen Longhouse Village, a promising venture in cultural revitalization and economic development. Photo: Brodie Guy
June 11, 2019

The Narwhal: First Nations lead transition to conservation-based economy in the Great Bear Rainforest and Haida Gwaii

The last decade has seen the creation of more than 100 businesses, 1,000 permanent jobs and 14 regional monitoring and Guardian Watchmen programs through...

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It's a win for the oceans!
April 26, 2019

West Coast Environmental Law: It’s a win for the oceans!

Exciting news was announced on April 25, 2019 by the Government of Canada: No more industrial activities in marine protected areas

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Haida women support their relatives in raising a carved monumental column by master carver Kilthguulans Christian White at Hl’yaalan ‘Lngee. The pole was raised in 2017 at Hiellen Longhouse Village, a promising venture in cultural revitalization and economic development. Photograph by Brodie Guy.
March 23, 2019

Monga Bay Environmental Science and Journalism: First Nations have created a robust conservation economy in Great Bear Rainforest

Over the past decade, First Nations have created a robust conservation economy in Canada’s Great Bear Rainforest, one of the largest old-growth temperate rainforests...

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Saak (oolichan), the Nisg̱a’a Nation’s saviour fish, hang to dry at a camp along the Nass River. Photo by Brodie Guy.
May 5, 2018

Northword Magazine: Breathing Life Back into Empty Spaces from Beneath the Icy Floes

This past March, I experienced for the first time the awakening of the vast K’alii-Aksim Lisims (the Nass River). Early in the Nisga’a new...

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