Kevin Mills

Mission senior honours fallen Snowbird

Bruce Smith, 78, decorated his car with various pieces of military memorabilia to raise awareness

Violent crime, drug possession, property crime all down in Mission in 2020

Mission RCMP present crime stats to council

Mission property owners have until Sept. 30 to pay municipal taxes

Coun. Ken Herar accused of grandstanding by fellow councillor Cal Crawford

UPDATED: Some Mission students could return to class by end of month

Part-time classes could begin at the end of May

Asphalt plant public meeting to take place at Mission city hall

Precautions will be taken to ensure social distancing at June 8 meeting

Downtown Mission fire does not appear to be suspicious

Mission Fire Rescue Services continue to search for cause

Mission property tax deferral proposal to be debated in May

Council will look at a suggestion to push back payment deadline to October

Mission singer Ken McCoy creates song for front line workers

The local recording artist wrote it to honour all those helping in the battle against COVID-19

Doctor says ‘we got it right, here in Mission’

Head of the local COVID-19 Assessment Centre says other cities using Mission's format

Inside Mission’s COVID-19 Assessment Centre

Dedicated medical team triage, test and educate the public about the virus

Mobile Medical Unit set up at Abbotsford Hospital to help treat Mission inmates

Fraser Health also creating a secure site at hospital; 41 positive tests at institution so far

UPDATED: Firefighters battle downtown Mission blaze

Dark, black smoke can be seen coming from Warcraft Games on First Ave.

Mission keeps adapting to COVID-19 restrictions

66 contract workers laid off so far, all from leisure centre

UPDATE: There are now 35 inmates who have tested positive for COVID-19 at Mission Institution

Mission has more positive test results than any other federal prison in Canada

Mission developers donate $10,000, challenge others to donate as well

Gary Toor and Jason Tiegen gve the money to Mission Community Services, hope to raise $20,000

Mission students begin home schooling on Monday

Superintenden Angus Wilson said teachers will be providing learning opportunities to students

Future is an unknown for Mission food banks

Charitable organizations are managing for now, but fear donations may slow while demands increase

COVID-19: District needs to relay a sense of calm says Mission mayor

Province doesn't need municipalities behaving in different ways and enforcing different things

Mission playgrounds closed

Yellow tape can be seen around all playground apparatus as district closes facilities

The educational process will continue according to Mission superintendent

There will be an educational program for students; it just won't be the same'