Working for positive change, Daniel has been serving the Leq’á:mel First Nation community since 2013 as an elected Councilor member. He strives to foster positive change towards “creating a better future for all generations”.
Daniel Kelly is the grandson of Rene Marjorie Kelly (nee Pennier), and Patrick Walter Kelly, the son of Grace Kelly and Richard Grauman.
Daniel graduated from British Columbia Institute of Technology with an Electricity and Industrial Electronics Certification and has also acquired an Environmental Technician Certification through Vancouver Island University.
Family oriented and a proud father, Daniel enjoys serving the Leq’á:mel First Nation. Honouring the portfolio of Public Works and Infrastructure, Daniel will continue to represent the community,and work with Chief and Council to build capacity and create opportunities for the Leq’á:mel Membership.
Daniel currently resides in the Leq’á:mel community and has so for the past 25 years.
I am the daughter of Peter McDonald, a former Council Member. I am a mother of two and recently married to Gary Saulnier, a descendant of Mi’Kmaq First Nations, located in St. John New Brunswick. My Grandparents are Betty & John McDonald and Dorothy & James Robson. I enjoy baseball, skiing, camping and walks.
43101 Leq'á:mel Way
Deroche, BC V0M 1G0
Phone: (604) 826-7976
Fax: (604) 826-0362