Gitlakdamix Indian Tribe of British Columbia

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The Gitlakdamix Band occupy 30 reserves in the Nass River area:

Aiyansh (Kitladamas) 1
Aiyansh 83
Aiyansh 87
Amatal 5
Amatal 6
Anokswok 59
Gitsheoaksit 68
Gitquinmiyaue 76
Gwindebilk 51
Gwingag 53
Gwinkbawaueast 54
Gwimmauz 52
Kinyug 57
Kitladamax 1A
Ksilamisk 89
Kwinamuck 49
Kzimeng 82
New Aiyansh 1
Quinogag 61
Sanklksgamal 80
Seaks 3
Seaks 60
Shumal Creek 81
Shumal Creek 84
Taylor Lake 50
Tsimmanweenclist 2
Voilnadamitk 48

Of the 30 Reserves, only New Aiyansh #1 has a record of water allocations. Located approximately 100 km west of Hazelton, near the Nass River, New Aiyansh #1 occupies a total area of 3077.8 acres (1245.6 hectare).

The most recent population figures compiled by the Ministry of Finance show Gitlakdamix to have 719 registered and non-registered persons living on-reserve.

It’s total population including registered and non-registered members living on- reserve, on crown land and off-reserve is 1,467.

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