Katzie First Nation
|Ethnic groups||Coast Salish|
The Katzie Nation manages the affairs of residents of five reserves assigned to the Katzie, focussed on the area of Pitt Meadows, where the band headquarters are located. Other reserves are on Barnston Island and at Yorkson Creek in Langley, British Columbia. These reserves are:
- Barnston Island Indian Reserve No. 3, south shore of Barnston Island, 54.6 ha.
- Graveyard Indian Reserve No. 5, one mile north of Port Hammond, 0.40 ha. 
- Katzie Indian Reserve No. 1, one mile west of Port Hammond on right (north) bank of the Fraser River, 44.10 ha.
- Katzie Indian Reserve No. 2, opposite Port Hammond on the left (south) bank of the Fraser River, 23.10 ha.
- Pitt Lake Indian Reserve No. 4, at south end of Pitt Lake, at outlet into Pitt River, 218.50 ha.
As of December 2015, the band's population was 568, of whom 323 live on-reserve.
Golden Ears Bridge agreement
- Indian and Northern Affairs Canada, Reserves/Settlements/Villages Detail Archived 2012-03-31 at the Wayback Machine.
- BCGNIS entry "Barnston Island Indian Reserve 3" Archived 2011-08-26 at the Wayback Machine.
- BCGNIS entry "Graveyard Indian Reserve 5"[permanent dead link]
- BCGNIS entry "Katzie Indian Reserve 1"[permanent dead link]
- BCGNIS entry "Kaztie Indian Reserve 2[permanent dead link]
- BCGNIS entry "Pitt Lake Indian Reserve 5"[permanent dead link]
- Indian and Northern Affairs Canada, Registered Population Archived 2012-03-31 at the Wayback Machine.
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