North Slave Region

The North Slave Region is one of five administrative regions in the Northwest Territories. It is the most populous of the five regions, with a population of almost 25,000. The region consists of eight communities with the regional offices situated in Behchoko and Yellowknife. With the exception of Yellowknife the communities are predominately First Nations.

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