Majagaleehl Gali Aks Grades 5-7 French Immersion students hawk some delicious chili, warming people up and helping fundraise for their planned trip to Haida Gwaii. Chris Gareau photo

Christmas in Hazelton

Old town lights up the tree and welcomes Santa.

Hazelton’s Christmas celebration Dec. 12, including a walk around The Hazel Branch.

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Chase Olson, 5, tells Santa what he wants for Christmas as his big brother Colby, 10, looks on at the newly lit Christmas tree in Hazelton last Wednesday, Dec. 12. Chris Gareau photo

Chris Gareau photo

Roy Henry Vickers signing cards and calendars with his art in Hazelton during its Christmas celebration Dec. 12. Chris Gareau photo

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