In this episode Haida language learners Iljuu Xiilaay Isabel Brillon and Oweé Jaad Serena Smith speak with fluent language teacher Dr. Jiixa Gladys Vandal. With an introductory interview between Serena Smith and program host SGaan Kwahagang James McGuire. Recorded in winter 2019.
Haawa to HGRS partners at the Haida Gwaii Mentor-Apprenticeship Program, HlGaagilda Xaayda Kil Naay Skidegate Haida Immersion Program, and Saahlinda Naay Haida Gwaii Museum. It is an honour and a pleasure to work together to contribute to the revitalization of Xaayda kil.
Haawa to the Community Resilience Through Arts and Culture grant program for their financial support!
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How is Trust Created in Government-to-Government Relationships?
UBC Faculty of Forestry PhD candidate and former HGHES instructor Ngaio Hotte interviewed more than thirty people who have been involved in government-to-government relationships focused on the lands and waters of Haida Gwaii to hear what they thought were the most important things needed to build trust.
Learn about the key takeaways from her interviews with representatives from the Council of the Haida Nation and the federal and provincial governments about efforts to build trust when working together through the Haida Gwaii Management Council, Solutions Table, Archipelago Management Board and Marine Planning Partnership.
Language lessons from HlG̱aagilda X̱aayda Kil Ḵ’aalang (SHIP X̱aayda Kil Glossary), recorded by Elders of Skidegate and the Skidegate Haida Immersion Program (SHIP) and hosted for HGRS by SGan Kwah Agang (James Dean McGuire).
This week, “How to Pronounce Skidegate Haida Language: Alphabet”
Glossaries are available for purchase from the Skidegate Haida Immersion Program and at Gina DaahlG̱ahl Naay (Haida Gwaii Museum’s Trading House).
Haawa to the Elders of SHIP for their tireless dedication to sustaining and reviving X̱aayda Kil.
And haawa to Niis Wes (Ernie Wilson), Nang King.aay ‘uwans (James Young), and GwaaG̱anad (Diane Brown) for the wonderful words.