Tahltan First Nation

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The Tahltan First Nation, also known as the Tahltan Indian Band, is a band government of the Tahltan people. Their main community and reserves are located at Telegraph Creek, British Columbia. Their language is the Tahltan language, which is an Athabaskan language also known as Nahanni, is closely related to Kaska and Dunneza. Their Indian and Northern Affairs Canada band number is 682.[1] The Tahltan First Nation is joined with the Iskut First Nation in a combined tribal council-type organization known as the Tahltan Nation.[2]

Population[edit]

Registered band population is 1,668.[3]

Indian Reserves[edit]

Indian Reserves under the administration of the Tahltan First Nation are:[4]

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