Mission Association for Community Living (MACL) have long been community advocates looking to build bridges to create an inclusive and caring society where individuals with developmental disabilities… Read more “Champion Employers”
T-Lane Nation is a driving force in the Mission community, hiring 75 local workers from Drivers to Office Staff for their transportation, logistics, warehousing, crane and ramp… Read more “Driving Success in Mission”
Anytime Fitness live up to the name with a co-ed state-of-the-art facility and services that are open to their members, 24 hours a day, seven days a… Read more “Fitness at Any Time”
Exercise can be hungry work, so where better to grab a bite after your workout than at Red’s Grill, located in the Mission Leisure Centre. Red’s is… Read more “Catering for the Crowd”
Being prepared is like having an insurance policy you hope you will never use,” advises Mission entrepreneur Nancy Bartlett, owner of Life 472; supplier of 72 hour… Read more “Prepared for Life”
The year is 1991 and the old Soviet Union is in economic decline. New ideas are being brought forward, and new priorities are emerging – among them,… Read more “Lumex Instruments Environmental Impact”
Camera and crew are becoming a regular addition to the streets of Mission as an abundance of TV series and movies head to the District for film… Read more “It’s “Lights, Camera and Action” In Mission”
Rows of Greg’s students are seated in front of their computers, attentively awaiting the activity that will soon start on the big screen at the front of the room.
The Sumas Regional Consortium for High Tech (SRCTec) and the District of Mission are working in partnership to attract tech-savvy businesses and entrepreneurs to Mission.
As an element of their strategic focus in 2014, the Economic Development Select Committee (EDC) commissioned a graphic and digital design firm to produce 3D digital images… Read more “The Future of Mission – 3D Renderings”