Dease River First Nation

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The Dease River First Nation, also known as the Dease River Nation, is a band government of the Kaska Dena people in the Cassiar Country of the Northern Interior of British Columbia. Their offices are located in Good Hope Lake, British Columbia,[1] which is on the Stewart-Cassiar Highway to the east of the abandoned mining town of Cassiar. The registered population of the band is 162.[2]

Indian Reserves[edit]

Indian Reserves under the administration of the Dease River First Nation are:[3]

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