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Haines Junction

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Haines Junction

Haines Junction is a village in southwestern Yukon with a population of 610 (2016). It is a major administrative centre for the Champagne and Aishihik First Nations.

For around two thousand years, the Southern Tutchone people had seasonal hunting and fishing camps in the area of present-day Haines Junction. The original name of the area was "Dakwakada", a Southern Tutchone word meaning "high cache". It was common for Tutchone people to use raised log caches to store food year-round or temporarily while they hunted and fished in an area.

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