Welcome to Yekooche First Nation, British Columbia

General Information

Most community members reside on the Ye Koo Che I.R. No. 3, approximately 50 km northwest of Fort St. James. Yekooche services 4 reserves totaling 180 hectares. Other reserves include, Ye-kooos-lee 11, Nan-tl’at 13 and Ucausley 16.


In 1959 the Pinachi, Tache, Yacutcee, Grand Rapids and Trembleur Bands amalgamated to form the Stuart-Trembleur Lake Band, which was changed to Tl’azt’en Nations in 1988. Yekooche separated to form a new band in 1994.

Economic Activities

To see the current economic opportunities and activities visit Yekooche Native Arts http://www.yekoochenativearts.com


Health and Wellness Centre, school, Elders’ Hall.

Contact Information
Band Office
250-612-4365 Phone
250-612-4366 Fax

Suite 200
1527 3rd Ave
Prince George, British Columbia
V2L 3G3
250-562-0592 Phone


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, Nad’leh Whuten, 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.

Village of Fraser Lake

Municipal Office Hours & Location
Weekdays 8:00 am – 4:00 pm (Closed Statutory Holidays)

PO Box 430, 210 Carrier Cres.
Fraser Lake, British Columbia V0J 1S0

Phone 250-699-6257
Fax 250-699-6469
Email Village Office

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