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Haida president Guujaw steps down after twelve years

Guujaw spent thirteen years as president of the Council of Haida Nations. In that time he oversaw the return of Haida Gwaii forestry to the Haida, helped end the black bear hunt, and convinced the provincial government to recognize the Queen Charlotte Islands as Haida Gwaii.

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