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''. The usual English term is an anglicization of this.
Sekani is an Athabaskan language.
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