About Us

For generations upon generations, we have traditionally canoed along main rivers and tributaries in Tsay Keh Dene territory, and we have traveled the numerous trails carved out along river tributaries by foot and dog sled. Our community is still active on the land today, with many of us enjoying outdoor activities such as snowmobiling, camping, and hunting. Our lands and waterways, and the activities and relationship we have with them, are a large part of who we are. 

Our history—both the good and the hardships—have shaped who we are and how we live in the present. To illustrate this with one of many cases, a lot of our land and culture was lost from the flooding that was a direct result of the W.A.C. Bennett Dam construction in the 1960s. We lost our waterways and our traditional hunting grounds, we saw our traditional territory be swallowed up, and we had our homes, cemeteries, and gathering sites clawed away. Each generation has felt the impact of the loss of cultural knowledge, language, natural medicines, hunting, and land use. 

Despite all the storms we have had to brace, Tsay Keh Dene is resilient and here to stay.

Programs and Services

Contact Us

1940 3rd Ave, Prince George, BC V2M 1G7
Office Hours: Monday to Friday | 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Prince George email:
Tsay Keh email:
Main office phone number: 250-562-8882

Our Team


Deeanna Izony

Executive Director
Linnea Izony

Linnea Izony

Director of Operations

Lucy Pierre

Receptionist (TKD)

Charmaine Shanoss

Receptionist (PG)
Cameron West

Cameron West

Community Projects

Charity West

Emergency Services Manager

Vacant Positions

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