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Doig River First Nation - BC (Canada)

Native American

Last modified: 2017-08-24 by rick wyatt
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[Doig River First Nation - BC flag] image by Chrystian Kretowicz, 22 January 2011

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The Band

Doig River First Nation is located 30 km northwest of Fort St. John (British Columbia) on two reserves totaling 1358.1 hectares. It was recognized as the St. John Beaver Band in 1950. Changed name in 1962, becoming the Fort St. John Band. In 1977, Fort St. John split in two, forming the Doig River and Blueberry River First Nations.
Population: 267 (2010)
Beaver (Athabascan) linguistic group
Chrystian Kretowicz, 22 January 2011

The Flag

There is a photographic evidence of the flag, white over red with a blue wavy line, three black teepees near the hoist, and the name written across the top.
Chrystian Kretowicz, 22 January 2011