Diversity & Inclusion
MIHS values equity, inclusion and belonging, and will embed these principles in all policies, practices and interactions. We value diversity in race, age, faith, sexual orientation, physical or mental capabilities, family, and all levels of socioeconomic status. We recognize that each individual in the society and community brings their own capabilities, experiences, and characteristics to the work we do, and these diverse voices and experiences will be accepted in an atmosphere of understanding, dignity and respect.
The Directors of the Mayne Island Housing Society (MIHS) are grateful to be living and working within the beautiful unceded ancestral territory of the W̱SÁNEĆ people. MIHS is developing Salish Grove Housing with great respect and caring for the land of S,ḴŦAḴ (Mayne Island), which has been home of the W̱JOȽEȽP (Tsartlip) First Nation since time immemorial. MIHS will continue to strengthen our commitment to reconciliation through development of MIHS policies, practices and operations.