Communities & Leadership

Deh Gáh Got’îê First Nation

Fort Providence

The Deh Gah Gotie Dene live in the community of Fort Providence in the Northwest Territories, with a current membership

Tthets’éhk’edélî First Nation

Jean Marie River, NT

We the  Tthets’ek’ehdeli Got’ie , are proud of our Dene traditions, language, and beliefs. We value and respect the land, water,

Ka’a’gee Tu First Nation

Kakisa Lake

Ka’a’gee Tu First Nation, meaning between the willows, is a community is located on Kakisa Lake and is southeast of

Åíídlîî Køç First Nation

Fort Simpson

We are the Liidlii Kue got’ine. People of the community of Liidlii Kue, “the place where rivers come together”, in

Sambaa K’e First Nation / Sambaa K’e

Trout Lake, NT

The Sambaa K’e is the official name for the community.

West Point First Nation / West Point

Hay River

The Ts’ueh Nda community (West Point First Nation) is situated within the Town of Hay River. Ts’ueh Nda community is

Fort Providence Métis Council / Fort Providence

Fort Providence

The Fort Providence Métis Council represents the interests of the Indigenous Métis/Dene Descendants of the Fort Providence area. Our members

Fort Simpson Métis / Fort Simpson

Fort Simpson

Introduction European fur traders and settlers began to associate with and marry Indigenous people soon after they arrived in the

Pehdzeh Ki First Nation / Wrigley

Wrigley, Northwest Territories

The Pehdzeh Ki First Nation is located in Wrigley. The community is located along the Mackenzie River and has over

Nahæâ Dehé Dene Band / Nahanni Butte

Nahanni Butte, NT

Nahanni Butte History The elders of Nahanni Butte have a very clear understanding that the word nahanni is from the