Moricetown is a Wet'suwet'en village in Central British Columbia, Canada on the west side of the Bulkley River on Coryatsaqua (Moricetown) Indian Reserve No. 2, and on Moricetown Indian Reserve No.1. The current village was built during the early 1900s. Evidence of inhabitants date back to around 4,000 years ago. The original name of the village was 'Kyah Wiget. It was renamed for the pioneer missionary Father Adrien-Gabriel Morice.

Moricetown Aboriginal Art

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Moricetown Band Interpretive Centre and Museum

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Located just off of Highway 16 in Moricetown, visit the historical site of the Wet'suwet'en. Daily programs, guided/self guided tours and special events are available at the Moricetown...

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Moricetown Canyon

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Moricetown Totem Poles

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The Church of Our Lady of the Holy Rosary

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