McLeod Lake Indian Band
McLeod Lake Indian Band is part of the Tse’khene group of Aboriginal peoples that also includes bands at Fort Ware (Kwadacha) and Ingenika (Tseh Kay Dene).
The main community of McLeod Lake Band is located on McLeod Lake Indian Band Indian Reserves #1 and #5 near the unincorporated village of McLeod Lake, approximately 150 kilometres north of Prince George on Highway 97.
McLeod Lake Membership totals about 515 members (as defined under the Indian Act) with approximately 100 members living in McLeod Lake, 200 members living in Mackenzie, Chetwynd and Prince George, and the rest throughout North America.
Wu’tun’e wee’zooh yi’yalh, whes’keghe s’o ududeh’chi oo’s’o ghu’nuyelh’o.
Making sure the footprints we leave behind are the ones our children will be proud to walk in.
We, the Tse’Khene Nation (People of the Rocks) are a proud people. We believe the Creator put us here as stewards of the land. We will regain our Traditions to cultivate a respected, united, self-sufficient community. We recognize all people as equal regardless of name and ancestry.
Our governing body is elected based upon integrity, honour, accountability and transparency to all members. Together we will provide health, educated, self-sufficient and prosperous lifestyles for our future generations.
We lead a responsible government organization that is designed for the needs and priorities of the Tse’khene people
Word of the week
Tse’Khene audio clip “Little Trees, Big Trees” spoken by Anita Vallee