Tantalus Community School
"Partner organizations help the school food program make a difference in Carmacks.
On the Banks of the Yukon River Carmacks, home of the Little Salmon/Carmacks First Nation, sits at a historic intersection of trails and waterways on a sweeping bend of the Yukon River. Named for George Carmack, the co-discoverer of Klondike gold, the historic village was both a riverboat refueling station and a major stop on the Overland Trail linking Whitehorse and Dawson City.
The Little Salmon/Carmacks First Nation are Northern Tutchone-speaking people who are closely related to Northern Tutchone at Mayo, Stewart Crossing and Pelly Crossing and Southern Tutchone of Champagne, Klukshu and Aishihik.
The area’s rich aboriginal history dates back 10,000 years. The little Salmon/Carmacks First Nation operate the Tagé Cho Hudän Interpretive Centre."
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