Kitwanga, British Columbia
Kitwanga (pron.: //) or Gitwangax ("people of the place of rabbits" in the Gitxsan language) is located where the Kitwanga River runs into the Skeena River in British Columbia. A long-standing village before contact, the village is within Gitwangak Indian Reserve No. 1.
There is recreational salmon fishing (chinook, coho, pink, sockeye and steelhead).The community is governed by a local band office, Chief Gary Williams, and 10 councillors.
National Historic Site of Canada 
The Gitxsan Nation is made up of:
- Kitwanga (Gitwangax)
- Kispiox (Anspayax)
- Glen Vowell (Sik i dak)
- Old Hazelton (Gitanmaax)
- Kitseguecla or Kitsegukla (Gitsegukla)
- Cedarvale (Meanskaniist or Minskinish,).
- 'Ksan (living museum/historical village)
North of Kitwanga stands Meziadin Junction (156), Stewart (221), and Dease Lake (488). West of Kitwanga is Terrace (91), Kitimat (149), and Prince Rupert (235). And East of Kitwanga is New Hazelton (48), Moricetown (81), Smithers (112), Telkwa (129), and Prince George (482).
See also 
- Kitwanga Fort National Historic Site
- Kitwanga Mountain Provincial Park
- Kitwanga railway station
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