Southeast Yukon Territory, Watson Lake, Ross River, and Lower Post; northern British Columbia border area, Lower Post, Fireside, Good Hope Lake, Dease Lake, Muncho Lake.
Information from: “North America” (1-96) . Victor Golla (2007) , C. Moseley · London & New York: Routledge
20 percent certain, based on the evidence available
"An Athabaskan language spoken in the southeastern Yukon at Ross River, Watson Lake and Upper Liard, and in northern British Columbia at Lower Post, Fireside, Good Hope Lake, Dease Lake and Muncho Lake." About 250 people are fluent speakers, and about 150 are passive speakers. (Golla 2007:54)
LANGUAGE CONTEXT COMMENTS
"The Yukon Native Language Centre conducts annual Literacy Workshops and produces teaching and learning materials. Kaska is taught at schools in Watson Lake and Ross River in the Yukon, and at Lower Post and Good Hope Lake in British Columbia. In 1997 the Kaska Tribal Council, working with the linguist Pat Moore, published a two-volume topical noun dictionary" (Golla 2007:54).
Yukon, British Columbia
Information from: “North America” (7-41) . Victor Golla and Ives Goddard and Lyle Campbell and Marianne Mithun and Mauricio Mixco (2008) , Chris Moseley and Ron Asher · Routledge
80 percent certain, based on the evidence available
In all these communities there is perhaps a total of 250 fluent speakers and another 150 passive speakers.