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Civic Engagement & Corporate Initiatives

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

Notice of Public Hearing – January 7, 2019

The following properties will be subject to a Public Hearing on Monday, January 7, 2019 held in the Council Chambers at the District of Mission at 7:00 pm.   NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING (pdf copy): January 7, 2019   Item No. 1: Bylaw: 5805-2018-5050(324) Address:  29873...

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Council Meeting Highlights – December 18, 2018

Mission Outreach Support Team The Mission Outreach Support Team (MOST) was recognized by Council for their outstanding achievement in receiving the 2018 Premier’s Award.  MOST was formed in 2015 with the goal of creating relationships that empower individuals who are...

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Fun N Run – Now Tuesdays & Thursdays

Join us for Free Family Fun in the Gymnasium! This parent participation program is sponsored and supported by Mission Parks, Recreation and Culture Department and Success by 6. Climbing equipment, balls, parachute games & more! New: Fun N' Run is offered on Tuesdays &...

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Forestry Friday – A Glimpse to the Past

As we have seen over the past Forest Friday articles, considerable planning goes into managing our forests and all the values that exist. But what about those forest pioneers – how did they harvest the trees – without that modern equipment that we know so well today?...

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Club K.I.D.S – Instructor Job Posting

We are looking for responsible, enthusiastic individuals who love kids! Club KIDS is an after school recreation program for children aged 5 – 12 years. Click here to view the job...

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Call for Volunteers – Extreme Weather – Warming Centre

Mission Community Services and District of Mission are organizing an overnight warming centre at Haven in the Hollow on 32646 Logan Avenue.  During sub-zero temperatures the warming centre will offer shelter and warm refreshments between the hours of 4:00 pm and 8:00...

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Council Meeting Highlights – December 3, 2018

International Day of Disabled Persons December 3, 2018 has been proclaimed as the International Day of Disabled Persons in Mission. Firesmart Grant Endorsed Council endorsed an application from the Mission Fire Rescue Service to the UBCM Community Resiliency...

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Forestry Friday – Careers in Forestry

There are just over 5,300 registered forest professionals managing private and crown forests and urban forests throughout BC.  As they say, we aren’t loggers or tree planters, but sometimes we do wear plaid. There are many exciting opportunities in...

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