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Multi-generational facility could be created on site, if architectural plans say it is possible.
Jae Buchanan said she hopes to still be dancing when she turns 100.
Crews still working to repair damages, CP Rail has reopened the bridge after it was closed for more than 24 hours.
The property, approximately 710 acres, now belongs to Polygon Homes in partnership with the Madison Development Corporation.
Mission RCMP are on scene after a small sedan collided with a school bus on the Lougheed Highway by Husband Road.
Mission community groups receive funds to run programs, events and services in 2017.
RCMP say Joseph Ross Raso and Thomas Zdravko Strenja have been charged with attempted murder and forcible confinement.
Mission and Coquitlam RCMP have worked together to apprehend three shooting suspects and rescue a woman being held against her will.
Randy Hawes concerned sewage pipeline could eventually ‘blow’ if no action is taken. Second pipeline would cost $8 million.
Approximately 13,500 Mission properties will receive 2017 assessment notices.
Robberies, murder and reptiles held the front page in Mission during the first part of the year.
Mission and Abbotsford mayors talk consumption, need for new water source.
Canada Post is responsible for the maintenance of community mailbox sites.
CLBC will not approve a renewal of the lease with the current owner beyond the first year, and the home ownership must be changed.
Mission and Abbotsford residents will benefit from cleaner drinking water.
Donations to the Mission Christmas Bureau campaign are down this year, and Phil Hope believes the recent cold snap has a lot to do with it.
New 701 bus service will get Mission commuters to Vancouver and back.
Mission RCMP Cont. James Mason said it was a two vehicle collision and the victim was one of the drivers.
Council has approved spending $72,200 to purchase and install three electric-vehicle charging stations in the district.
If approved, the building would be located at 33281 Second Ave., adjacent to the Mission Library.