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K'AHSHO GOT'INE
ONE PEOPLE.
ONE COMMUNITY.
COMMON FUTURE.

We, the K’áhshó Got’ı̨nę, have been a sovereign nation with distinct systems of governance since time immemorial. Together, we will continue our journey in harmony with the environment to sustain a healthy and self-sufficient lifestyle for future generations. To honor our Creator and ancestors, we will protect and nurture the integrity of our K’áhshó Got’ı̨nę.

THE SECRETARIAT IS FORMED BY THE 3 MEMBER ORGANIZATIONS

YAMOGA LAND CORPORATION

The Yamoga Land Corporation is the main body that represents all Fort Good Hope Dene. We are a land claim driven corporate arm and one of the seven land claims bodies in the Sahtu Region. We achieve social and economic self-sufficiency for Fort Good Hope participants of the Sahtu Dene and Metis Comprehensive Land Claim Agreement (SDMCLCA) through strong governance and long-term financial management in local infrastructures.

FGH METIS LOCAL #54 LAND CORPORATION

The Fort Good Hope Metis Local #54 Land Corporation is the main body that represents all Fort Good Hope Metis. We are a land claim driven corporate arm and one of the seven land claims bodies in the Sahtu Region. We advocate for social and economic self-sufficiency Fort Good Hope Metis participants of the Sahtu Dene and Metis Comprehensive Land Claim Agreement (SDMCLCA) through strong governance and long-term financial management in Metis rights and benefits.

FORT GOOD HOPE DENE BAND

The Fort Good Hope Dene Band, via the K’ahsho Got’ine Community Council, is the main body that represents K’ahsho Got’ine members of Fort Good Hope. We deliver programs and services within the municipal boundaries. Our members elect the Chief and Council to oversee the administration of programs and services. Our Chief assumes the leadership role in bridging partnerships with local organizations and external stakeholders.

Our history

In 1921 we signed Treaty 11 with Canada. In 1993 we entered into the Sahtu Dene and Metis Comprehensive Land Claim Agreement (the "SDMCLCA") alongwith other Indigenous nations, both Dene and Metis, in four nearby communities.

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Upcoming events

We connect with community members – and address specific issues – by being in community and for the community. The Secretariat organizes rotating events with associated Ambassadors.

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Ways you can help

Engage with us to regain what was lost, preserve what is important and pass lessons on to our youth, while we prepare for tomorrow – based on teachings from our Elders.

Latest updates

For enquiries, please contact the Communications Officer.

Get to know us

Our approach is reflected in who we are as K’áhshó Got’ı̨nę Nation. We support our Nation's cultural practices and ceremonies – fundamental to maintaining our identity and growing pride for our Citizens.

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