Laketon is a locality and former mining camp on the west shore of Dease Lake in the Cassiar Country of far northern British Columbia, Canada. It is located at the mouth of Dease Creek. Gold was first found on Dease Creek in 1873, with Captain William Moore among the first to stake a claim.
- ^ BCGNIS entry "Laketon (locality)"
- ^ BC MINFILE entry "DEASE CREEK, MCCRIMMON, LAKETON, BIDDLE BENCH, ROOSEVELT CREEK, CALIFORNIA BAR, UNGHERINI CREEK, ARROWOOD, BUCK, FLEMING CREEK, FOSTER BENCH, LONE STAR CREEK, SIMONS CREEK, CRAIG CREEK, LUDDINGTON BENCH, NIPIGON CREEK"