Takla Lake First Nation

Languages: Dakelh (ᑕᗸᒡ), Nedut’en
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Historically known as: North Takla Lake Indian Band, Fort Connolly Indian Band, Sustutenne

Contact Information:
Takla Lake First Nation
PO Box 2310
Prince George, BC
V2N 2J7
ph. (250) 996-0381
fx. (250) 996-0350 or (250) 564-9521 (Takla Development Corp.)

The Takla Lake First Nation's main community is 400km north of Prince George at the north end of Nadleh Bun (Takla Lake), but the band services 17 reserves totaling 809 hectares. The Takla Lake First Nation was created by the amalgamation of the Takla Lake and Fort Connelly bands in 1959.

Language Information

Fluent Speakers: 100 1
Understand or Speak Somewhat: 100 1
Learning Speakers: 150 1
Dakelh (ᑕᗸᒡ)
Fluent Speakers: 100 2
Understand or Speak Somewhat: 100 2
Learning Speakers: 0 2


Community Information

Population: 657 2
Internet Connectivity: Dial-in3


Footnotes / References
1. Takla First Nation (2007), Language Needs Assessment #641
2. Carrier Sekani Tribal Council (2010), Language Needs Assessment #1870
3. Aboriginal Canada (2006). First Nation Connectivity Profiles.