Åíídlîî Køç First Nation
We are the Liidlii Kue got’ine. People of the community of Liidlii Kue, “the place where rivers come together”, in the Dehcho Region of Canada’s Northwest Territories.
Guided by Dene principles and values, we are the keepers of our traditional lands and peoples’ health. Liidlii Kue First Nation is committed to celebrating our culture in a way that bridges the gap between generations. This is emphasized in all our activities.
We are proud of the beauty and vastness of our home. This land creates not only breathtaking views from the majestic South Nahanni River to the historic confluence of the waters of the MacKenzie and Liard Rivers, it inspires an intimate connection with our environment and creativity in the form of talented craftspeople.
Our vision is one of positive change and accomplishment. We are actively working towards gaining full control of our lands and programs. We are a strong people that take pride in our rich heritage, as well as planning for what lies ahead.
Today, we have a wide range of programs in place to support our membership.
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