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Welcome to the Carrier Chilcotin Tribal Council

We are a partnership of four communities working together to advance our collective well-being.

Lhoosk’uz | Lhtako | Tl’esqox | Ulkatchot’en

Our communities are mainly of the Southern Carrier Nations and the Tsilhqot'in Nation, hence our name: Carrier Chilcotin Tribal Council.

CCTC Territory Map

View the CCTC Territory Map (1mb PDF)

The map is a convenience only. Matters regarding the traditional territories are not the direct responsibility of tribal council. Please address referrals to the individual community or communities which could be affected.

Mandate: According to our by-laws, the objects of the Corporation are (in part):

To promote and facilitate the social and economic well-being of the Carrier Chilcotin Aboriginal Peoples ... to encourage the heritage, culture, religion and education.

Under the terms of various contracts, we provide services in accordance with those agreements.  We also perform some fee-for-service work.

Territory: Our communities are part of the Southern Carrier Nation and Tsilhqot'in Nation whose territories are in the watersheds of the Chilcotin River, the Blackwater River, the Dean River, the Quesnel River and others. Others will know our territory as part of the Cariboo-Chilcotin in the interior of British Columbia, Canada.Useful Resources: Chilcotin Language | Southern Carrier (Dakelh) | Union of BC Indian ChiefsFootprints in Stone - NEK'OH TSE K'UT

Contact Information

Main Office | 59 South 1st Avenue | Williams Lake, BC | V2G 1H4
Phone: (250) 398-7033 | Fax: (250 398-6329

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