- Kwadacha Nation Administration, 497 3rd Avenue , Prince George , BC , V2L 3C1
- Kwadacha Nation Band Office, PO Box 86 , Fort Ware , BC , VOJ 3BO
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The Kwadacha Nation, commonly known as Fort Ware, is a band located 570 km North of Prince George, British Columbia, at the confluence of the Fox, the Kwadacha, and Finlay rivers in the Rocky Mountain Trench. Its reserve land area totals 385.40 ha. The Fort Ware Band was established when some members of the Fort Grahame Band split off to form an independent band at Fort Ware. In 1959, the two bands amalgamated as the Finlay River Band. The Finlay River Band was divided into the Fort Ware and Ingenika bands in 1970. The Fort Ware Band later became known as the Kwadacha Nation. The people's native language is Tse’khene and the band is a member of the Kaska Dena Council. As of July 2021, the Nation had 598 registered members, including 310 residing on their own reserve.
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The Kwadacha Nation, commonly known as Fort Ware, is a band located 570 km North of Prince George, British Columbia. The people's native language is Tse’khene and the band is a member of the Kaska Dena Council.