Tsilhqot'in

Tsilhqot'in is spoken in the Central Interior of British Columbia, roughly speaking, in the area to the West of Williams Lake, along Highway 20. It is neighboured by Dakelh (Carrier) to the North, Secwepmectsín (Shuswap) to the East, St'at'imcets (Lillooet) to the South, and Nuxalk (Bella Coola) to the West.
First NationPopulationFluent SpeakersUnderstand or Speak SomewhatLearning Speakers
ʔEsdilagh177
Tsi Del Del624
Yunesit'in469[[8332]]
Tl'etinqox-T'in Government Office1604[[8212]]
Tl’esqox286
Ulkatchot'en1055[[8595]]
Xeni Gwet'in393
Region: 
Other language names: 
Chilcotin
Tzilkotin
Language family: 
Athabaskan-Eyak-Tlingit
Language subfamily: 
Dene (Athabaskan)