First Nations in Yukon region
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Yukon First Nations
The Council of Yukon First Nations is a central Yukon First Nation representative organization. It advocates for many Yukon First Nation governments on a number of issues.
The Assembly of First Nations (AFN) Yukon Region works with all 14 Yukon First Nations to support advancing their priorities and interest on a national level, at their direction.
Below is contact information for each of the 14 First Nations:
|Yukon First Nation||Community|
|Carcross Tagish First Nation||Carcross|
|Champagne and Aishihik First Nations||
|Kluane First Nation||Burwash Landing|
|Kwanlin Dün First Nation||Whitehorse|
|Liard First Nation||Watson Lake|
|Little Salmon/Carmacks First Nation||Carmacks|
|Na-Cho Nyak Dün First Nation||Mayo|
|Ross River Dena Council||Ross River|
|Selkirk First Nation||Pelly Crossing|
|Ta'an Kwach'an Council||Whitehorse|
|Teslin Tlingit Council||Teslin|
|Tr'ondëk Hwëch'in First Nation||Dawson City|
|Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation||Old Crow|
|White River First Nation||Beaver Creek|
First Nations in Northern British Columbia
Yukon Region serves northern British Columbia because our office in Whitehorse is the closest major service centre. Below are links to external sources of information about the northern British Columbia area served by Yukon Region. Yukon Region is not responsible for the quality, accuracy, reliability or currency of the information contained on external Web sites. Information may not be available in both official languages.
Below is contact information for the First Nations served by the Yukon Region:
|Dease River First Nation|
|Taku River Tlingit|
|Daylu Dena Council|
The Dease River First Nation and Daylu Dena Council are part of the Kaska Nation and the Kaska Dena Council.