The Witsuwit'en are a proud indigenous people who have lived along the length of the Wedzen kwe river in northern British Columbia for at least the past 10,000 years. Determined to wrestle their culture from the oppressive legacy  of colonization,  the Wit'suwit'en are reclaiming their Yintahs and traditional ways of life to help forge a brighter future together with other First Nations people  in Canada.   

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