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Civic Engagement & Corporate Initiatives • Phone: 604-820-3700 • Fax: 604-826-1363

The District of Mission’s office of Civic Engagement & Corporate Initiatives is responsible for connecting with the community to help grow a more prosperous, livable city of Mission. Staff and Council are committed to involving the people they serve in the decisions that affect them. We want your diverse opinions and experiences so that a broader array of information is available to decision makers.The office is also responsible for all communications activities, both internal and external and manages the District’s brand.

Manager of Civic Engagement & Corporate Initiatives Michael Boronowski 604-820-3732

District Update

The District publishes District Update in the Mission City Record. This biweekly publication shares news and information about municipal programs and services.

 

Latest News

Move for Health PASS SALE!

Active is: Move for Health Day!  Move for Health Day, on May 10th, is an international event created in 2002 by the World Health Organization to promote physical activity! The BC Recreation and Parks Association (BCRPA), with support from the Province of British...

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Youth Week! May 1-7

Youth Week is coming up fast! This year it will run from May 1-7 2019. All events are free unless stated otherwise, and are geared towards youth aged 12-18 years. Join us at the Leisure Centre & let's celebrate...

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Council Meeting Highlights – April 15, 2019

These highlights are a synopsis of the April 15, 2019 Regular Meeting of Council. Visit mission.ca to read the complete agenda or watch the recorded webcast of the meeting. Fire Rescue Service The 2019 Fire Rescue Services operating budget was amended to include...

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High Five Workshop

The Mission Parks, Recreation and Culture department is partnering with The British Columbia Recreation and Parks Association (BCRPA) to host a HIGH FIVE® training session called "Principles of Healthy Child Development". The HIGH FIVE® mission is to ensure that...

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Tourism Committee – Apply Now!

The Economic Development Office is seeking five appointees for the Tourism Committee, a sub-committee of the Economic Development Select Committee (EDSC) to act as the advisory body providing advice and support to the District of Mission on tourism initiatives:...

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Mission’s Squash Ladder

Calling all Squash players! If you are interested in upping your squash game and looking for a squash challenger contact squashmission@gmail.com to get added to Mission's Sporty HQ web account. Find competitors, ladder up and grow in your game. Players will need to...

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Discount Swim, Sunday May 12 – Time Change

Our Aquatic Staff will be participating in their In-Service Training on Sunday, May 12. We perform this training three times per year with our guards to ensure the most up to date safety practices and procedures are followed at our facility. As a result of this...

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Job Posting – Camp Leader 2

The Parks, Recreation and Culture Department is looking for an enthusiastic individual for front line recreation work that supports the children’s camps. The Camp Leader 2 assists in the operations of the day camp, helps mentor staff and volunteers and provides...

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Living Lighter Forum

Please join Mayor Pam Alexis at the Lighter Living Environmental Forum tomorrow, Saturday April 6 from 10:00 am - 2:00 pm at the All Saint's Anglican Church on Second Avenue. Please see the Lighter Living - An Environmental Forum Poster for full details on the event!...

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Spring Cleanup 2019

Spring Cleanup - April 29 to May 10  During Spring Cleanup, single-family homes with curbside collection can put out an additional two cubic metres of waste on their regular garbage collection day. What’s a cubic metre?  It’s about six garbage bags, or one stove, or...

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