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|Haida Gwaii Film Festival||February 24-26|
|Masset Harbour Days||August 24 & 25|
|Aboriginal Day Celebration (Old Massett)||June 21|
|Hospital Day Parade and events in Queen Charlotte||June 22|
|Canada Day events in Port Clements (mud bog, fishing derby)||June 29 & 30|
|Skidegate Days (canoe races, Haida events)||July 18-20|
|Totem to Totem Marathon||July 20|
|Logger Sports Day in Sandspit||July|
|Tlell Fall Fair||August 4|
|Edge of the World Music Festival||August 9-11|
|Haida Heritage Celebration||August 18-19|
|Coho Salmon Derby in Sandspit||September 15- Oct 7|
|Surfing Expression Session||November 1- 3|
Visit Haida Gwaii and experience a world of intrigue, a world of adventure and a world of undeniable breathtaking beauty
A series of islands at the most westerly point of Northern British Columbia, Haida Gwaii is made up of ancient temperate rainforests, quaint villages, secluded inlets, and beaches that stretch as far as the eye can see. A place so remote that roads cannot bring you here, yet the warmest of welcomes await once you arrive.
Photo Credit: www.charlottegraphics.ca/
Haida Gwaii is a world class destination for the adventurous traveler. The accent here is on the great outdoors: the unique temperate rainforest, the pristine beaches, and the renowned Haida culture. Sportfishing, kayaking, sight-seeing on water and land, whale watching, mountain biking and hiking are all possible.
Photo Credit: Anvil Cove Charters
In December 2009 the BC government officially changed the name of the islands from the Queen Charlotte Islands to Haida Gwaii as part of a historic reconcilliation agreement between the province and the Haida Nation.
Photo Credit: Haida Heritage Centre
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