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Haida Gwaii in British Columbia

Reference: CBC News

Haida Gwaii is a remote group of islands — or an archipelago — off the coast of British Columbia once called the Queen Charlotte Islands. It is the ancestral home of the Haida First Nation. The name Haida Gwaii means "Islands of the People" in the Haida language.

You can see some incredible things on Haida Gwaii. It has some of the oldest and biggest spruce trees in the entire world.

It also has an amazing variety of wildlife. You might see porpoise, whales and dolphins in the sea. Bears and deer are just a few of the things you’ll encounter on land... Read More