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Deh Gáh Got’ie Dene First Nation

The Deh Gah Got'ie First Nations have their lands along The Mackenzie River which is the longest river in Canada covering a distance of around 1800 km. It begins at Great Slave Lake in the Northwest Territories and flows north into the Arctic Ocean.

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The largest Dene tribe in this area was known as ‘the river people’ who are now known as ‘Deh Gah Got’ie’ Dene. The Deh Gah Got’ie First Nations office in located in the center of the community, in the Chief Lefoin building.
The Mackenzie River is the longest river in Canada covering a distance of around 1800 km. It begins at Great Slave Lake in the Northwest Territories and flows north into the Arctic Ocean, discharging 306 cubic kilometres of water per year (including 100 million tons of sediment).

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