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Esk’etemc First Nation

Esk'et (Alkali Lake) is located 50km southwest of Williams Lake. After reaching Williams Lake, follow Hwy 20 West until you reach the Dog Creek Road turn off (2.5km or 2 minutes up highway). Follow Dog Creek Rd for 45 minutes (last 18km is gravel)

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Esk’et (Alkali Lake) is located 50km southwest of Williams Lake. After reaching Williams Lake, follow Hwy 20 West until you reach the Dog Creek Road turn off (2.5km or 2 minutes up highway). Follow Dog Creek Rd for 45 minutes (last 18km is gravel).
Esk’etemc members are employed in the forestry and ranching sectors, and entrepreneurs operate contracting and catering businesses. Esk’etemc runs Ecolink which conducts silviculture work and during peak season employs about 70 people, approximately 90% of whom are Aboriginal. Timber tenures are managed on behalf of Esk’etemc by Alkali Resource Management Limited, which is owned by Esk’etemc.
The Esk’etemc people have assisted in accommodation of the making of three movies, including our own “Honour of All” filmed in 1985, “The Thirteenth Warrior” staring Antonio Banderas filmed along the historic Fraser River in 1997 and “The Thaw” staring Val Kilmer filmed near Little Dog in 2009.

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