LILLOOET  () , district municipality, pop 2,324 (2006), occupies the benchlands beside the FRASER R 325 km northeast of VANCOUVER, 65 km north of LYTTON. It was originally known as Cayoosh Flat. The present name comes from the local FIRST NATIONS people, the ST'AT'IMC (Lillooet). To the north, the confluence of the Fraser and BRIDGE rivers at the Six-Mile Rapids was a popular SALMON-fishing site, not only for the St'at'imc but for First...

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