Tsay Keh Dene

Preferred Name:
Tsay Keh Dene
Alternative Name:
Amalgamation Of Fort Graham & Fort Ware (1959); Split To Form Finlay River & Fort Ware (Pre-1971); Changed To Ingenika (1971-1992); Meaning "People Of The Mountains"
BC Regional Office:
Omineca (Prince George)
Reserve Land Area:201.00 ha
Chief Dennis Izony
Councillor Brent Belcourt,
Councillor Derrick Isaac,
Councillor Robert Tomah,
Councillor Trevor Tomah
Governance Structure:
Custom Electoral System
Address: 1877 Queensway Street
Prince George
V2L 1L9
Community Description
The Tsay Keh Dene First Nation is one of the Sekani bands of the Northern Interior of British Columbia. While we have an office in the City of Prince George, our territories, settlements, and Reserves are all to the north, in the area of Williston Lake.
Treaty or Tribal Association
Summary of Economic Development Agreements, Community Businesses and Joint Ventures
Current Tsay Keh Dene Businesses that fall under the Governance of the Economic Development Board of Directors are: Chu Cho Industries, Chu Cho Environmental, Chu Cho Forestry, Tsay Keh Dene Guide Outfitters, and Ootsa Air.