Tse Keh Nay

Introduction

The Tse Keh Nay are Sekani speaking people who have lived in the Rocky Mountain Trench of British Columbia, Canada, for many generations.

The Tse Keh Nay represent the Kwadacha First Nation, who live at the confluence of the Finlay and Fox rivers; the Tsay Keh Dene, who live at the north end of Williston Lake; and the Takla Lake First Nation, who live in several small
communities on and near Takla Lake. These three communities are closely related to each other through kinship and intermarriage.

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