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”
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”
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”
The Happy Homesteader introduces to Mission a treasure trove of quality supplies and know-how for anyone who loves to preserve their own food and for anyone who has always wanted to try.
As the Mission tourism business plan takes shape, we are pleased to announce an immediate win for the local tourism stakeholders as we implement the Google Destination Marketing Organization Partnership Program.
Mission has a varied and unique selection of tourism products that see visitors travel to our community to experience the place that we are fortunate to call… Read more “Focus on Tourism”
Noble began as a plumbing wholesale supply company in eastern Canada in the early 90’s and have gradually expanded their presence in Canada by entering the BC… Read more “Better is Best”
“Education is the passport to the future, for tomorrow belongs to those who prepare for it today” ~ Malcolm X It is now being recognized across most… Read more “The Future of Education and Employment”