Chipewyan

Introduction

The Chipewyan (Denesoline or Denesuline) are a Dene people in Canada, whose ancestors were the Taltheilei. There are approximately 11,000 Chipewyan living in the Canadian Arctic regions around Hudson Bay, including Manitoba and the Northwest Territories, as well as northern parts of Alberta and Saskatchewan.

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