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Fort Nelson First Nation - BC (Canada)

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[Fort Nelson First Nation - BC flag] image located by Vanya Poposki, 14 July 2012



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The Band

Fort Nelson First Nation
Thikanni Qua

They were originally called the Slave Indian Band, the name was changed in 1962 to the Fort Nelson Band. Named after Horatio, Lord Nelson. Split in 1974 when part of the membership broke away to form the Prophet River Band. Belongs to the larger Cree and Dene Nations.There are four reserves totaling 9752.6 hectares.
Population: 810 (2010). Treaty 8
Chrystian Kretowicz, 24 January 2011


The Flag

The flag is red-white-red with the seal on the white central field. Text on flag says RESPECTING OUR PAST WILL SUSTAIN OUR FUTURE.
Chrystian Kretowicz, 24 January 2011