"The Doig River band, population 249, has declared they are establishing a 90,000 hectare "tribal park" spanning their traditional territory in northeast British Columbia and northwest Alberta…K’ih tsaa?dze as the park is called (it means “old spruce” in the Dane-za language) crosses the provincial boundary in an area that is rich in both petroleum and forest resources. But the Doig say it is also a place to hunt, fish and go for spiritual renewal – and they have drawn a clear line around what is important to them."