Dakelh (ᑕᗸᒡ)

Nedut’en / Witsuwit'en


Hagwilget Village

"The village name of Tse-kya signifies base of rock in the Wet'suwet'en language. It has also been call Hagwilget as its is known in Gitksan, meaning place of the quiet people. Tse-kya is located in central British Columbia about two hundred miles or three hundred twenty five kilometers inland from the coast. It and the area to the east and south comprise the territories of the Wet'suwet'en."[[quoted from]]

Yekooche First Nation

Yekooche First Nation is based 75 kilometers northwest of Fort St. James, British Columbia at the north end of Stuart Lake on Yekooche reserves (about 380 hectares in size). The Yekooche First Nation was one of the 5 bands that made up the Stuart Trembleur band which is presently known as Tl'azt'en Nation. Yekooche had been known as the Portage Reserve until the bands separated in 1994.


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