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Cheslatta Carrier Nation

The Cheslatta Carrier Nation of the Dakelhor Carrier people, is a First Nation of the Nechako River at the headwaters of the Fraser River. Their traditional lands where originally where the Kitimat Kemano Project I was built in the Central Interior of present-day British Columbia,

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The Cheslatta Carrier Nation or Cheslatta T’En (pronounced “chez-la-ta”), of the Dakelh (pronounced [tákʰɛɬ]) or Carrier people (Ta-cullies, meaning “people who go upon water”, whose traditional lands where originally where the Kitimat Kemano Project I was built, form a large portion of the Central Interior of present-day British Columbia, is a First Nation of the Nechako River at the headwaters of the Fraser River. Cheslatta, locally called Dakelh, is a dialect of the Carrier language of the Dene (Athabaskan) family of languages

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