The Ulkatcho First Nation is a Dakelh First Nations government in the Canadian province of British Columbia.
The Ulkatcho government is responsible for 22 Indian reserves with a population of 729 members living on-reserve, and another 200 living off reserve.
Its people are of the Ulkatchot’en ethnic group, a subgroup of the Carrier (Dakelh). Ulkatcho people have intermarried heavily with both Nuxalk and Chilcotin people and share territory in the Coast Range with the Nuxalk
It is a member of the Carrier Chilcotin Tribal Council.
Who We Are
Its people are of the Ulkatchot’en ethnic group, a subgroup of the Southern Dakelh. Ulkatcho people have intermarried heavily with both Nuxalk and Chilcotin people and share territory in the Coast range with the Nuxalk.Read More »
Where We Are
Our offices are located in Anahim Lake, British Columbia at the western edge of the Chilcotin District. Our traditional territory includes the waters flowing west on the Chilcotin Plateau and includes Tweedsmuir Park.Read More »
We operate under four major departments: social development, health, education plus housing and public works. Finance is part the internal administration department.Read More »