Tse’khene

Tse’khene (Sekani) is spoken in Northeastern British Columbia starting a little bit north of Prince George, around Williston Lake and westward across the northern reaches of Takla Lake.
Sekani people call themselves "tsek'ehne" or "tθek'ehne" depending on dialect, both meaning "people on the rocks".

First NationPopulationFluent SpeakersUnderstand or Speak SomewhatLearning Speakers
Kwadacha544[[8167]]
McLeod Lake464
Tsay Keh Dene398
Other language names: 
Sekani
Tsek’ehne
Tsek’hene
tθek'ehne
Language family: 
Athabaskan-Eyak-Tlingit
Language subfamily: 
Dene (Athabaskan)