I Love Mission campaign relaunched

New free educational business opportunities will launch later this summer


The City of Mission is relaunching the I Love Mission Campaign for the remainder of 2021.

The Downtown Business Association, The Junction Shopping Centre, Mission Regional Chamber of Commerce, Community Futures North Fraser, Mission Record, and What’s On! Mission will once again be working with the City of Mission on some new programming set to support, love, and celebrate Mission and its business community.

I Love Mission is also partnering with the Mission City Farmers Market to offer new entrepreneurs and home-based businesses a free opportunity to attend the farmers market this season. It will include free use of tents, tables, chairs, cash aprons, receipt books, and bags – so that all you need to do is show up with your product and sell it.

Go to mission.ca/ilovemission to register.

New free educational business opportunities will launch later this summer with the Mission Chamber of Commerce and Community Futures North Fraser, along with continued access to the courses that ran last year.

Tourism Mission is creating the “Mission Movie Moment” to give the local community a new lens on all things Mission, as they highlight TV and movie locations within the area. A guide, itinerary, and a summer contest will be launched in July to support this initiative.

The team will also be working with the Mission Folk Music Festival to support musicians with opportunities to perform at the Farmers Market and local restaurants.

The year will round off with an I Love Mission celebration event that will pull all of these elements together, more details to follow.

“The Mission business community has remained resilient throughout the pandemic and continuing to support them with free opportunities for education, marketing, and events is important as restrictions relax and we can come together once more,” said Mission Mayor Paul Horn.

Go to mission.ca/ilovemission for more details, or follow the partners on social media for the latest updates.