We are so fortunate to have a supportive community here in Mission. From the nightly chorus of cheers for our Health Care Workers, hearts in windows increasing… Read more “I Love Mission”
That festive time of year is nearly upon us and we can’t wait! With so many opportunities to shop from the comfort of your own community, here… Read more “Shop Local, Love Local”
A trip to the workshop of Peter Wayne Gong, Coast Salish artist and carver is an experience in itself, with the smell of sweet cedar welcoming you, along with an opportunity to speak to the craftsman and see first-hand his love of the work he creates, embodying his connection to his nation, the land and long oral history shared through the generations.
Looking to get ahead of the Christmas rush? Then keep reading, as Mission has so many unique shopping opportunities right on your doorstep. From classic long standing… Read more “Shop Local – Love Local”
The Economic Development Department plans to hit the ground running this year, building on the momentum gained across their key objectives in 2018. With the expansion of the tourism mandate, along with project initiatives including the Stave West Recreation Area and the Mission Waterfront Revitalization Strategy, 2019 is expected to be as busy and diverse as last year.
Whether you are in to full on fright nights or a gentle stroll through town supping on a pumpkin spice tea – we have your ideal Halloween tricks or treats covered.
It is all too easy to take where you live for granted, it often isnt until we have guests from out of town, or really stop and… Read more “Love Where You Live”
The iconic bell tower shines like a beacon to the local community, a sign that you are home, and a calm in the storm of everyday life.… Read more “More Than An Iconic Bell Tower”
XLRator, formerly SRCTec, and the District of Mission are co-hosting the 2nd annual #FVTech Forum as part of the Tech Starts Here initiative on September 20, 2018… Read more “2nd Annual Fraser Valley Tech Forum”
Horses are part of Mission’s long and rich history, from the days when they were a major form of transportation, to their contribution to our local industries… Read more “A Mane Mission Attraction”