• From the community web site

    Fort Babine, British Columbia (Wit’at) is a small native reserve community, located at the northern tip of Babine Lake, approximately 100 km north of Smithers. It is accessible by an all-weather gravel logging road. There are approximately 60 year-round residents. Its traditional Babine name is “Wit’at,” which is an abbreviated form of “Wit’ane Keh,” “place of making dry fish.”

  • Population: 86 (2016 Census)

  • On-reserve health and wellness services are provided by the Lake Babine Nursing program, the Lake Babine Wellness team at the New Vision Wellness Centre, and Carrier Sekani Family Services.

    The nearest hospital is located in Smithers.