Announcements

The Building Capacity Signs Project has been completed.  Seven signs highlighting the history of our important landmarks have been created. Click here to download the PDF detailing the information on the signs.

Band membership meetings will be held on the last Thursday of every month at 1pm 

March 31, 2014 - Celebrate
Stellaquo
Hall 5pm

More announcements

Quick Links

Chief and Council - Click here
Office Contacts - Click here
Health/Education - Click here
Housing - Click here

Community

The community of Stellako is located 160 kilometers west of Prince George, B.C. Stellat’en (people of Stella) has existed since time immemorial. The fertile land between Fraser Lake and Vanderhoof is the basin of a glacial Lake. Stellaquo is located at the confluence between two rivers: the Stellaquo and Endako. Stellaquo River is a world renowned trout fishing location

News and Media

The Stellat'en First Nation has a new chief. Longtime incumbent Reginald Louis was up against three others vying for the position: Sherrie Holmberg, Leonard Ward and Archie Patrick. It was Patrick who prevailed at the ballot box.  A veteran of local politics - he once ran for federal office under the NDP - he now takes a place at the band governance table alongside councillors Kenneth Luggi and Tannis Reynolds.

  About the Stellat'en First Nation

The Stellat’en First Nation (No. 613), has its main office located on the Stellat’en Reserve on the banks of the Nadleh Bun (Fraser Lake) near Fort Fraser.  The current Chief and Council are as follows:

  • Chief Archie Patrick
  • Councillor Tannis Reynolds
  • Councillor Ken Luggi

The traditional territory of the Stellat’en First Nation can be viewed in the following map.  CLICK HERE to open the PDF file.

 

The community of Stellako is located 160 kilometers west of Prince George, B.C. Stellat’en (people of Stella) has existed since time immemorial. The fertile land between Fraser Lake and Vanderhoof is the basin of a glacial Lake. Stellaquo is located at the confluence between two rivers: the Stellaquo and Endako. Stellaquo River is a world renowned trout fishing location.

Click here to learn more about our Band History

Click here for band office contact information