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Dogrib Indians

Category: People
Sub Category:First Nations People of Canada
Location:Canada
Alternative Names:
  • TliCho
  • Done
  • Tli-cho
  • Summary Information:
    'Dogrib' is the english translation given to the Tli-cho people. The traditional lands of the Dogrib people is between 62 and 65 N and 110 and 124 W in the Northwest Territories, Canada. South to north, Great Slave Lake and Great Bear Lake border the Dogrib lands, whilst the westernmost range of the Dogrib includes the eastern edge of the Mackenzie River Lowlands including areas of the Great Slave Lake, reaching almost up to Great Bear Lake. The Dogrib are part of the Athapaskan language group.

    Related Entries

    Agreement
  • Treaty 11
  • Dogrib Comprehensive Land Claim and Self-Government Agreement-in-Principle
  • Dogrib Treaty 11 Council Participation Agreement with Diavik Diamond Mines Inc.
  • Tlicho Land Claims and Self-Government Agreement
  • Tlicho Agreement Implementation Plan
  • Tlicho Financing Agreement
  • Tlicho Intergovernmental Services Agreement
  • Tlicho Tax Treatment Agreement
  • Akaitcho/Tlicho Overlap Agreement
  • Tlicho/Deh Cho Overlap Agreement
  • Organisation
  • Tlicho Government
  • Tlicho Community Government
  • Legislation
  • Tlicho Constitution
  • People
  • Tlicho First Nation

  • References

    General Reference
    The Canadian Encyclopedia Dogrib Indians

    Glossary

    First Nations People of Canada

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