Klahoose

About Klahoose

The Klahoose First Nation is a First Nations government located on Cortes Island at the northern end of the Strait of Georgia in southwestern British Columbia, Canada. The Klahoose are part of, with their neighbours the Sliammon, Homalco, whose territory is on the mainland and K'omoks, the larger grouping of the Comox people, which is a subgroup of the Coast Salish. Their ancestral tongue is the Comox language.

The Klahoose First Nation is a member government of the Naut'sa mawt Tribal Council. Main community is on the east shore of Cortes Island, on Fork Indian Reserve #7, approximately 30 km from Campbell River, between north-central Vancouver Island and the mainland. (10 reserves on 1,357.6 hectares.)

Service Area

Tork Island, Aupe, Squirrel Cove, Saaiyouck

Klahoose Nation

 

Contact Information

Contact Information
1-866-605-8901 or
jobsinfo@fnes.ca