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The Lake Babine Nation is made up of three communities that are inhabited year-round, two that are inhabited seasonally, and three major off-reserve communities.  The on-reserve communities are separated by distances of nearly 200 km, although access is generally indirect, requiring much longer trips, often by gravel logging roads, between communities.  Treaty tries to visit each of these communities, including those off-reserve, at least once every two months.  Upcoming meetings will be posted in the updates section of each community page.  Each community page also has videos and photos that are associated with that community and the surrounding area.

Donald’s Landing / Pendelton Bay

Located approximately 20 miles northwest of Burns Lake on Babine Lake.

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Fort Babine

Located 165 miles northwest of Burns Lake at the mouth of Babine Lake.

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Old Fort

Located approximately 20 miles northwest of Granisle on the Babine Lake.

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Tachet

Located 60 miles northeast of Burns Lake, near Topley Landing at the mouth of Fulton River.

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Woyenne

Located within the municipal boundaries of the Village of Burns Lake.

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Off Reserve

The majority of Off Reserve Lake Babine Members live in BC.

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2017 Skeena Sockeye Management Plan

In 2017, the total sockeye return to the entire Skeena River is expected to be 500,000. The average return is about 2 million. The predicted 2017 return would be about the same size as the return in 2013 that led to dramatic reductions in food fish harvest for LBN.

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UNBC / LBNT Events

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Multiple events and downloadable posters to view such as when Lake Babine First Nation first approached the Northern BC Archives at UNBC in 2010 to assist in its archiving activities, learn more about UNBC's relationship with the Lake Babine First Nation which has been ongoing for twenty years, and more.

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