Blueberry River is a First Nations community named because of the abundant supply of blueberries found in the valley by the river. This community was recognized as the St. John Beaver Band in 1950.
Facilities available on the reserve include a band office, band hall, elementary school and headstart building, gymnasium, firehall, and garage.
The main community is located on Blueberry River I.R. No.205, approximately 80 km northwest of Fort St. John. There are two reserves, which are located on 1505.8 hectares.
For more information, see here.
Town Population: 210 (BC Stats, 2011 Census)
There are no in-community health services in Blueberry River.
The nearest hospital is located in Fort St. John.
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