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Countdown to culture

Harrison Festival will take music lovers around the world sponsors 2013 Vancouver International Children’s Festival

The week-long cultural festival will take place from May 27 to June 2, 2013 on Granville Island, and expects over 30,000 attendees.

Liberals are best answer for BC’s future

Contributor urges careful consideration from voters before ballots are cast

BUSINESS TRACK: President’s message, April 2013

Mission Regional Chamber of Commerce manager Sean Melia shares his thoughts

BUSINESS TRACK: Leverage Chamber membership to get more employee benefits

Chamber's Group Insurance Plan provides all the coverages you could need

BUSINESS TRACK: Dewdney Schnitzelhaus showcasing flavours of Europe and North America

Restaurant east of Mission has something for everyone

Del Junco creating textures and shapes with harmonica

Harmonica playing blurs the boundaries between blues and jazz

BUSINESS TRACK: President’s message, March 2013

Mission Regional Chamber of Commerce President Elyssa Lockhart shares her thoughts

SENIORS’ CORNER: Charlie a deserving Jubilee medal winner

Dr. Rose Charlie is well known locally and internationally for her work

Making sense of the transition back to the PST-GST system

On April 1, 2013, the province moves back to a PST-GST tax system

Longtime Mission bank manager retiring

After 39 years in the banking business, Scotiabank's Chris Calverley is hanging up his calculator

BUSINESS TRACK: Iron Lotus Yoga renews the mind, body, soul, and building

Studio located in converted garage on Grand Street

BUSINESS TRACK: Cooperatives have proven successful

Often seen as alternative, yet with a successful history locally and in Canada, this business model is gaining mainstream acceptance

BUSINESS TRACK: Long-serving Scotiabank manager retiring this month

Calverley chose to remain in Mission despite being offered other positions

Author conquers own fears

Manfred Under the Bed the newest book at West Heights library

Birds of prey centre stage during annual festival

Attendance records 'smashed' at this year's event, said FVBEF chair

Letters are ‘fear mongering:’ Jewell

Local politicians were displeased at some of the feedback received on the 2013 budget

Enjoy Live Performances: Sounds of the holidays

Hear the sounds of the holidays with live performances by local musicians at the West Coast Christmas Show, Tradex Abbotsford.

SENIOR’S CORNER: Elder abuse is not always intentional

There are many types of abuse, such as physical, emotional or financial