Guilford (incl new subdivision)

The main village site of the Kwikwasut’inuxw Haxwa’mis First Nation is located at Gwa’yas’dums (Gilford Island), which is approximately 382 square kilometres (147 sq mi). Gwa’yas’dums is an island located between Tribune Channel and Knight Inlet in British Columbia, Canada.

There is no year-round road access to any of the villages of the Kwikwasut’inuxw Haxwa’mis First Nation. Access is only by boat and all consumables and household products must be shipped in.

In addition to the village at Gwa’yas’dums, the Kwikwasut’inuxw Haxwa’mis have several other village sites including:

The beach at the villageAhta: Which is located at mouth of the Ohta River, on Bond South, on Tribune Channel, North of Gilford Island;

Alalco: Located at the mouth of the Wakeman River at the north end of Wakeman Sound;

Dakiulis: Located the tip of Islet Point on the Westside of Gilford Island;

Dug-da-myse: On the West Shore of Wakeman Sound;

Kakweken: Is located at the mouth of the Kakweken River at the head of Thompson Sound off of Tribune Channel;

photoKye-Yaa-la: is at Sail Island in Retreat Passage, West of Gilford Island (including the smaller off-shore islands);

Kyidagwis: Located on the Westerly shore of Wakeman Sound, Kingcome Inlet;

Kyimla: At Trafford Point, East of Gilford Island; and

Meetup: At the head of Viner Sound, Gilford Island.