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Little Salmon/Carmacks First Nation

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The Little Salmon/Carmacks First Nation is a band in the central Yukon Territory in Canada. Its original population centre was Little Salmon, Yukon, but most of its citizens live in Carmacks, Yukon. The town takes its name from George Carmack, one of the discoverers of the Klondike gold. The people of the band are part of the Northern Tutchone language and cultural grouping. The Little Salmon/Carmacks First Nation signed a land claims agreement in 1997. The First Nation now owns around 1,000 sq. miles of land. As of May 2021, the band has 688 registered members, including four residing on their own reserve, and 280 living on their own crown land.


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The Little Salmon/Carmacks First Nation is a band in the central Yukon Territory in Canada. Its original population centre was Little Salmon, Yukon, but most of its citizens live in Carmacks, Yukon. The people of the band are part of the Northern Tutchone language and cultural grouping. 

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Province : Yukon
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