Nak’azdli Indian Tribe of British Columbia

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Nak’azdli Band is a Dakelh First Nation government with a main community located near Fort St. James, British Columbia. The nation has 16 reserves totalling 1,458 hectares, and approximately 1500 members living both on- and off-reserve. The Nak’azdli Band is a member of the Carrier Sekani Tribal Council and the current chief is Fred Sam.

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