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The use of electronic cigarettes is increasing, particularly among teenagers
Clarence and Elsie Carter say the secret to a long marriage is simply love.
Leadership students raise funds for Because I Am A Girl, make principal ride on roof for six hours.
Project Swoop will begin in Vancouver and continue through to Port Moody, Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam, Pitt Meadows, Maple Ridge and Mission.
Mission Fire Chief Larry Watkinson and Captain Norm MacLeod were part of a 24-member team sent to help after a 7.8-magnitude earthquake.
Driver not seriously injured, despite needing some help to get to safety.
Liz Janze is raising funds, with the help of BlackPress4Good.com, to both train and help give back to the community.
Vocal jazz choir wins gold and band takes silver at prestigious event in California.
More than 500 signatures were collected on three petitions and more attended a public hearing at Hatzic Secondary School last week.
Fraser Institute ranks Mission schools near bottom
District of Mission agrees to purchase two of three homes on Best Avenue, homeowners glass ordeal is over.
Silverdale lands form the largest tract of consolidated land available for development in the Lower Mainland.
Two-thirds of the district's budget allocated to deal with the issue has already been used up.
Students presented projects at the school's Passion Fair
Mission Fire Chief Larry Watkinson and Captain Norm MacLeod have joined more than a dozen other firefighters as part of Canada's response.
Council passes three readings of a motion to add a definition for offensive odours in its noise regulation bylaw.
Semi-trucks may not be travelling down First Avenue much longer.
Hundreds attend ceremony for new bridge on Saturday at Cascade Falls Regional Park.
Canada Post Corporation was accused of destroying a public service during Monday night's meeting.
Mission is hiring two security guards to patrol the streets from 6 a.m. to 10 a.m. to move along anyone found sleeping outside a business.