Malahat Nation would like to raise our hands to all of our sponsors from this year’s Golf & Social fundraiser. It was an incredible event full of positive connections, laughs, art, culture, good food, and a beautiful day of golf. Thanks to your generous support, we were able to raise $270,000 towards initiatives that provide […]
This survey of Malahat First Nation members is to find out how well the Nation’s communications are working for you.
It will take approximately 10 minutes, depending on how much you’d like to tell us.
Please participate so your Nation can serve you better. Plus – we have prizes! There will be draws for five $100 VISA gift cards.
Reporting to the Director of Community Programs, the Home Support Workers provide personal care and companionship for seniors, persons with disabilities and convalescent clients. Care is provided within the client’s residence. Home Support Workers perform housekeeping and other home management duties in private households and other non-institutional, residential settings providing support to Malahat Nations outreach efforts to Malahat Nation community and surrounding areas.
The purpose of this policy is to ensure that a comprehensive planning process is established and
implemented to support the ongoing decision making of the Malahat Nation. This is to ensure
that the Malahat Nation has enough resources to deliver quality services to members at a reasonable cost and support it in achieving its goal.
The Government of Canada started the Marine Safety Equipment and Training (MSET) Initiative in October 2020 to respond to concerns of Indigenous communities along the Trans Mountain Expansion Project marine shipping route. The program’s goal is to improve vessel safety and provide marine safety equipment and training to First Nation community members. Malahat Nation was […]
In July 2022, the Malahat Environment Department welcomed three summer interns to help study aquatic habitats! Steven Henry, Amanda Harry and Dylan Harry are helping with several projects in the Environment Department. They are learning about the many important species that live in the Salish Sea, restoring sensitive habitats in Malahat marine territory, clam garden […]
Thank you to all the community members who attended the Council meeting on July 28, 2022. The 2021-22 Audited Financial Statements were reviewed and approved by Council, and are now published here. These statements, along with Council’s Annual Report, will be presented to the community at the AGM. We will provide more information about location and time as we get closer to the AGM date.