KFN Reserve

Katlodeeche First Nation is the key governing body of the Reserve, which is (52 sq miles) of land on the south shore of the Great Slave Lake. The Reserve was established in 1974: the negotiations were done by then-Chief Daniel Sonfrere.
Our Community

KFN Reserve Boundary

The Reserve is a vibrant and prosperous community with a Band Membership of 600 and on Reserve population of 300. The reserve elects a chief and six councilors every three years (Election on Treaty Day) who govern their community with a vision and mission for their people. The KFN Organiztation is administered by the Chief Executive Officer who oversees programs, services and personnel, with the direction of the Band Council to bring positive results. Since it’s inception, KFN has been very successful in building an economic base, that ensures a brighter future for the Reserve. Ranging from retail in the form of Ehdah Cho Store (Gas, Tobacco and groceries), Evergreen Forestry and office leasing. Dene Cultural Institute, Nats’ejee Keh Treatment Center and Renewable Resources are also located on the Dene Reserve.