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Northern Alberta First Nation asks to join N.W.T.'s Dene Nation - North - CBC News

27.4.16

Northern Alberta First Nation asks to join N.W.T.'s Dene Nation - North - CBC News: Chief Joe Pastion says the Dene Tha's request stems from a desire to join forces with other Dene First Nations, which are predominately located in the Northwest Territories.

"I guess an alliance is better than standing out alone," says Pastion. "Which in Alberta is predominately other nations than Dene."

The Dene Tha First Nation represents Dene in the Northwest Alberta communities of Bushe River, Meander River, and Chateh (formerly known as Assumption), though Pastion says some members still hunt and trap in areas near the Northwest Territories community of Enterprise.

"We do have traditional boundaries that overlap into Northwest Territories," said Pastion, "and our elders, through our oral history, they do paint the picture that the majority of our area... back in the nomadic days, a lot of Dene people travel the land. A lot of settlements were not too far in the Northwest Territories."


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