The Nadleh Whut'en First Nation is pleased to welcome you to our official website.  Here you will find information about our projects, programs and events.

Members who sign in will also be able to access documents that provide them with the latest information from Chief & Council and efforts to improve the lives of Nadleh Whut'en members.

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Our People

Nadleh Whut'en means 'people who live where the salmon return', signifying the connection we have with our land. We continue to strive for our ancestors, current and future generations.

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Chief & Council

The Nadleh Whut'en Council welcomes you! We strive to represent our people in a transparent & respectful manner. Contact us for all matters related to governance & negotiations.

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We manage several programs to serve our membership. As another level of government we provide programs for health, lands, education, children, and culture, among others.

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News & Events

Stay informed with the latest in news and events. Besides community events, we will post events of interest to our members and other First Nations from around BC, Canada and internationally.

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What's New...

Cross Cultural Training

Posted by adminjs on May 24, 2017

On May 23rd,2017 there was 140 students who came from NVSS and FLESS to learn about the history of Nadleh.

Nadleh Whut'en New Administrative Building

Posted by adminjs on November 14, 2016

Construction of the complex began in summer 2014. In mid October 2016, offices were moved to the new building with a Community Open House held on October 20 and the Grand Opening for the public on October 22, 2016.

Endako Mine Affecting Watershed

Posted by adminjs on January 30, 2014

Nadleh Whut'en Territory - Fraser Lake, BC, Canada - The Nadleh Whut'en First Nation is growing increasingly concerned and frustrated with the ongoing environmental impacts from the Endako mine, which is located west of…

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