- B.C. Wildfires
- Good News
- Submit News Tip
- Coronavirus News
- Trending Now
- Photo Galleries
- Special Sections
- Contact Us
- Site Map
There have been at least two residents who have died while waiting for an ambulance in Mission, says Mayor Randy Hawes.
Mission council is asking for the first right of purchase when the downtown post office building goes up for sale.
About 20 food trucks will line First Avenue for the Fraser Valley Food Truck Festival on April 18.
It’s not often the fire department puts on a recruitment drive like the one that is currently underway.
Combined, the properties located at 8455 and 8502 McTaggart Street, are 5.64 hectares (13.93 acres) in size.
Funds dedicated for sports, arts and culture as well as a permanent art piece to commemorate event.
Mission council unanimously approves third reading after reviewing additional information
Last month police and volunteers teamed up with ICBC to enforce and educate distracted drivers on the Cedar Valley Connector.
A development opportunity of this size is rare and there would be “tremendous potential” for an interested developer.
The first of two forums to discuss changes to Mission’s French Immersion program will take place April 8 at Mission Central.
Council is expected to formally adopt the budget at an April 20 meeting.
Mission RCMP Const. James Mason, Correctional Service of Canada manager Aaron Billesberger, and radio host Chris Coburn visit local schools.
More than 710 acres of Genstar-owned property is up for sale, along with 460 acres of land owned by Madison Development Corporation.
Council will keep an open mind and are amenable to any discussions a new owner may want to have said mayor.
Hopes to discuss changes to door-to-door delivery service at an open public meeting on April 20.
Water from Windebank Creek rose quickly and spilled over a retaining wall, causing damage to McRae Avenue area homes.
Most people who spoke against the project at a public hearing Monday night were concerned the area’s water supply will be affected.
The Mission Regional Chamber of Commerce held its annual general meeting on Thursday and elected a new slate of directors.
The location for the new field has not yet been identified, but this week, Mission released a work plan and time line for the project.
Railway Avenue was hit with graffiti on Wednesday, police are investigating.