Malahat Nation is at an important threshold regarding its cemetery services. The community’s current cemetery, located along the waterfront near the Mill Bay Ferry Terminal, is now at critical capacity, with only a few burial lots remaining. Malahat Nation has been working with LEES+Associates to assess site locations and create preliminary design options for the […]
Check out this article featuring Malahat member Andre Goldsmith and the Environment team’s stewardship work with the ghost gear program! This UN Ocean Decade endorsed project is working on mapping and retrieving ghost gear in the Salish Sea, and is currently funded under Canada’s Department of Fisheries and Oceans (DFO)’s Ghost Gear Fund. Please follow […]
Please fill out a separate form for each individual you are applying on behalf of. Legal custody documents or current years child tax statements MUST be provided to resolve eligibility for dependants.
All information contained on this form is held securely on Malahat Nation land and is only visible to authorized Malahat personnel. This information will only be used for the purposes of Per Capita Distribution and maintaining accurate membership records.
Thank you to all the community members who attended the Council meeting on July 27, 2023. The 2022-23 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.
Sign up today to have your child participate in a hands on, creative, activity with Susan Picard on Mondays in the Mezzanine beginning on May 29th (May 22nd is a holiday.) These sessions will last one hour so we can have two different age groups participate, and may be scheduled for every other Monday depending on the number of participants and need to keep the size of the groups manageable. Parents are asked to pick up and drop off their children for each session. All parents and students are invited on May 15th at 2:30pm to come and see what it’s all about. From there we will create a schedule and let our future makers loose on the great STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts, and math) challenges that we have planned.
Hello, everyone. In this little article I’ll try to summarize the major progress we’ve made in treaty negotiations recently and emphasize why the future looks so much more promising than it did just a few years ago. I’ve broken it into topics so you can flip through, if you like, to the issues you’re most […]
Please see the attached post for important information for the Nominees of the Malahat Nation 2023 Election. If you have questions, please contact Lauren Krull, Director of Finance, at 250-743-3231 or Lauren.Krull@malahatnation.com If you would like to read the Malahat Election Code 2015, it is available here: https://malahatnation.com/governance/laws/election-code/
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.
This review was written by Jaylin Paige, one of the summer youth interns from this year. She had worked in our governance department, alongside Nick Hayer. This was one of her main projects throughout the internship as a more creative approach to exercising her knowledge on critical thinking, informational research, and writing skills. Jaylin had […]
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 […]
Freezer Jam is one of the easiest recipes out there and it’s the perfect time of the year to go out and pick up some fresh summer berries to stock up the freezer with some jam for year-round use! This recipe is easy to make and the perfect learning experience for beginners, it only takes […]
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 […]
Community planning directs future community development by establishing long-term visions, goals, policies, and strategies for the community. Unlike day-to-day development planning activities which typically focus on current development proposals, community planning draws images of the future of the community and helps the community achieve social, economic, and environmental sustainability. Community planning can influence many perspectives […]
’uy’ skweyul / Í SȻÁĆEL / good day. The Lands department would like to share with the me’luxulh / MÁLEXEȽ community some details on the upcoming Historical Archive. This digital archive will allow the community to access information related to Malahat’s history from your own computer.
’uy’ skweyul / Í SȻÁĆEL / good day.
The Lands department would like to share with the me’luxulh / MÁLEXEȽ community the ongoing Traditional plant garden project that has been in the works. The goal for this project is to give our community members an opportunity to educate themselves on plants that are in the surrounding area, or were historically in the area.
The Housing Department would like to notify you of a vacant rental unit available! The Unit is a 1 bedroom located in the fourplex on Jesken Road, the unit will have a washer/dryer, fridge, stove and dishwasher included. Shaw available upon request. Requirement minimum 2 years of Membership to be eligible for Housing. Occupancy can […]
Rental Agreements are here for your protection! The purpose of a Rental Agreement is to define the rights of the Tenant, and the responsibilities of Malahat Nation to maintain an enjoyable and safe environment. The importance of paying Rent helps ensure that future repairs and maintenance are completed for the upkeep of each Rental Unit, […]
Please fill out this form any time you need to submit a housing maintenance request.
Greetings and welcome to episode #2 of the Council Updates Podcast! In this episode, we speak with Chief George Harry, Councillor Cindy Harry and Councillor Gordon Harry about the Christmas Distribution. Cindy announces the upcoming health fair, George tells us about the latest fishing season at Goldstream and his plans to start a hunting group! […]
Greetings and welcome to the first episode of the Malahat Nation Chief and Council Podcast! In this episode, we speak with Chief George Harry and Councillor Cindy Harry about what they hope to acheive with this new podcast. We also cover topics covering Malahat Skywalk, Hunting & Fishing Groups, Mental Health and more! Listen to […]
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