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Mission Community Services Society held its New to Canada young learners six-day spring break program.
It was carnival time in Mission at the Junction Mall on the weekend. Mini-donuts, rides, games and lots more fun.
Books for all ages, as well as CDs, DVDs, and magazines are available to buy next weekend.
A local man constructed a home-made wagon and exercises hs two large dogs with it.
Anne McLellan says regulations for pot will be very different than those for alcohol
The Academy of Cheer Excellence is hosting a free class for those who bring in a food donation to the new St. Joseph’s Food Bank.
The Stick it to Cancer charity tournament raised $41,000 for the Canadian Cancer Society
One of the highlights was a book launch of Mission’s Lifetime Learning writing group and their newly published book called Reflections.
Annual ball hockey tournament at UBC has raised more than $100,000, and counting, for cancer research and eradication initiatives.
The players learned about what two organizations do in the community and collected $1,000 in donations to help the two charitable causes.
Mission Community Services is offering a free tax clinic from now until April 28.
The annual Mission City Farmers Market seed exchange took place today with vendors, music and more at the Clarke Theatre Lobby
SARA for Women will continue WRSFV’s commitment to serve women by providing short- or longer-term help to those escaping abuse.
Three local groups – Mission Library, Mission RCMP and Mission school district – have joined forces.
If you have seeds that you have saved and would like to share, please label and bring them to the market to trade for different varieties.
Rick Hansen Secondary’s “Hurrigreens” won first place for the second year in a row and were awarded $1,500.
The 2017 Pet Lover Show has a wide array of pets for all tastes. From dogs and cats to reptiles there is something for everyone.
Abbotsford Mission Recycling Program is hosting its fourth annual Environmental Mind Grind for Mission and Abbotsford high school students.
The anti-bullying campaign has grown from one high school in Nova Scotia to the entire country.
BC Hydro encouraging residents to reduce their home’s electricity use by 10 per cent. If successful, customers can earn a $50 reward