Welcome to Nadleh Whut’en First Nation, British Columbia
General Information – Located a couple minutes west of Fort Fraser just off of Highway 16. The band office and main community are located on Nautley I.R. No. 1. Nadleh Whut’en services 7 reserves with a total of 969 hectares.
Name changed to Nadleh Whut’en in 1990.
Forest-related activities (logging and sawmill operations) are a major source of employment in the area. The band has some land with agricultural potential, hay farming is being expanded. In addition a backhoe and excavating business is in operation.
Revenues are generated from business opportunities such as leasing 48 lakeshore lots, an auto body business, a seasonal concession stand at the provincial park and industrial leases.
Band office, school, church, store, community hall, adult learning centre.
PO Box 36
Fort Fraser, British Columbia
(250) 690-7211 Phone
(250) 690-7316 Fax
Carrier-Sekani Tribal Council (CSTC)
CSTC represents members from seven First Nations who belong to the CSTC association. Five thousand members make up the membership of the seven First Nations, which includes Burns Lake Band (Ts’il Kaz Koh First Nation), Nak’azdli Band, Nadleh Whut’en, Saik’uz First Nation, Takla Lake First Nation, Tl’azt’en Nation, and Wet’suwet’en First Nation.
The Tribal Council is an advocate for, and frequently represents the interests of, its member-nations. The Council also provides technical and professional services to its member-nations in such areas as fisheries, education, economic development, community and infrastructure planning, forestry, financial management, and treaty negotiations.