Nadleh Whuten First Nation is located between 50 and 350 Km from the nearest service centre to which it has year-round road access. Nautley (Fort Fraser) is the largest settlement. The closest city and service center is Prince George.
Tribal Name: Nadleh Whut’en First Nation
Province: British Columbia
Tribal Affiliation: Dakelh (Carrier)
Governance: Governance is by the Act Electoral System (Section 11) and consists of a chief and four councilors.
No. Name Location Hectares 07469 NAUTLEY (FORT FRASER) 1 COAST DISTRICT RANGE 5, AT EAST END OF FRASER LAKE 563.5 07470 FRASER LAKE 2 COAST DISTRICT, RANGE 5, ON NORTHSHORE OF FRASER LAKE, NEAR EAST END OF LAKE 60.3 07471 YENSISCHUCK 3 COAST DISTRICT, RANGE 5, 2 MILES NORTH OF FORT FRASER C.N. STATION 64.8 07472 SEASPUNKUT 4 COAST DISTRICT, RANGE 5, ON SOUTH SHORE OF FRASER LAKE AND NORTH AND EAST OF SEAS LAKE 205.5 07473 CANYON LAKE (ORMONDE LAKE) 7 COAST DISTRICT, RGE 5, LOT 6823, ON NORTH SHORE OF ORMOND LAKE, 6 MILES NORTH OF FRASER LAKE 4 07474 ORMONDE CREEK 8 COAST DIST. RANGE 5, LOT 6284, ON NORTH SHORE OF ORMOND LAKE WEST OF ADJOINING CANYON LAKE I.R. NO. 7 6.1 07475 FONDEUR 9 SW 1/4 SEC 17 TWP 16 RGE 5 W6M 64.8
Registered Population: 417 as of September, 2007
Carrier – The native language is a member of the Fraser/Nechako dialect group of the Carrier language, which belongs to the Athabaskan-Eyak-Tlingit language family. Its closest relatives are Stellakoh, Saik’uz, Lheidli, and Cheslatta. .3% of the population speaks their native language as a first language.
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