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Lake Babine Nation (also Nataotin or Nat'oot'en Nation) is a band located on the banks of the Babine Lake in central British Columbia, Canada. Its main community has been in Woyenne since the 1940s. Its traditional language is Babine-Witsuwit'en, a Northern Athabaskan language. The Nation's main band office is located 142 miles West of Prince George. Lake Babine Nation is the third-largest Aboriginal band in British Columbia, with a total registered membership of 2,602 as of July 2021. The Nation has 27 reserve lands. Prior to 1957, Lake Babine was two separate Bands, the Old Fort Band and the Fort Babine Band, both situated on the Babine Lake. In 1957, the Department of Indian Affairs amalgamated the two Bands to form what is now known as the Lake Babine Nation.


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Lake Babine Nation (also Nataotin or Nat'oot'en Nation) is a band located on the banks of the Babine Lake in central British Columbia, Canada. Its traditional language is Babine-Witsuwit'en, a Northern Athabaskan language.

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Province : British Columbia
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