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Welcome to the Official Website of the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation (VGFN) in Old Crow, Yukon. Old Crow is a small town of about 300 aboriginal people; known as the Vuntut Gwitchin. Old Crow is located at the confluence of the Crow and Porcupine Rivers.
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Old Crow is an isolated community, being the only village in the Yukon Territory, which does not have road access. We are also the only Yukon community located north of the Arctic Circle. People in Old Crow enjoy long summer days and experience the short days of winter. The Gwitchin First Nation extends throughout the Yukon, the northwest part of NWT and parts of Alaska.

For thousands of years our ancestors have used and continue to use the land and its resources. We have a vast Traditional Territory, approximately 50,000 square miles which is located mostly in the Northern Yukon region from the western border of USA and Canada to the Peel River and Richardson Mountains, and from northern Ivvavik National Park to the Ogilvie Mountains.

We rely heavily on the land and on the Porcupine Caribou Herd for our food, shelter and medicines. So again, welcome to our site and please browse to find more on these topics and more ....

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