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  • From the Witset First Nation web site:

    Originally named ‘Kyah Wiget (‘Old Village’), Witset (formerly Moricetown) is a Witsuwit’en village in the heart of northwest British Columbia, located on the side of the Wetzin Kwah (also known as the Bulkley River). The current village was built during the early 1900s but served as the Witsuwit’en fishing grounds for thousands of years

    Witset is located 30 km west of Smithers and 32 km east of Hazelton, BC.

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  • Total Population: 1,790 (self-reported)

  • Witset Health Centre
    204 Beaver Rd, Witset, BC V0J 2N1

    Services:

    • Home and Community Care
    • Oral Care Initiative
    • Prenatal nutrition program
    • Patient transportation
    • Counselling (mental health, addictions)
    • Community Health Nurse
    • Nurse Practitioner
    • Cultural Wellness Advocate/Community Health Representative
    • Recreation Director

    Phone : (250) 847-9328 | Fax : (250) 847-4928

    The nearest hospital is located in Smithers.