The Red Bluff First Nation is a Dakelh First Nations government located in the Fraser Canyon region of the Canadian province of British Columbia.
Tribal Name: Red Bluff First Nation
Province: British Columbia
Tribal Affiliation: Dakelh
Governance: This band uses the Act Electoral System and is designated at Section 10. The band council consists of the chief and three councilors.
|08270||QUESNEL 1||CARIBOO DISTRICT, ON LEFT BANK OF THE FRASER RIVER, 1 MILE SOUTH OF QUESNEL||552.7|
|08272||SINNCE-TAH-LAH 2||CARIBOO DISTRICT, ON RIGHT BANK OF FRASER RIVER, 2 MILES SOUTH OF QUESNEL, WEST OF QUESNEL I.R. NO. 1||18.8|
|08273||DRAGON LAKE 3||CARIBOO DISTRICT, AT NORTH END OF DRAGON LAKE, 3 MILES EAST OF QUESNEL||14.8|
|08274||RICH BAR 4||CARIBOO DISTRICT, ON LEFT BANK OF THE FRASER RIVER, 3 MILES SOUTH OF QUESNEL||96.4|
Population: 154 as of September, 2007
The native language is a member of the Blackwater dialect group of Carrier, an Athabaskan-Eyak-Tlingit language. It is most closely related to the Nazkoh dialect. Some people can also speak Chilcotin to some extent.
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