Region: Lower Mainland/Southwest
Regional District: Fraser Valley
The District of Mission is nestled on a southern coastal mountain slope, overlooking the lush valley of the mighty Fraser River. Founded in 1892, Mission, BC was originally inhabited by the Stó:lō First Nations people, and today this rapidly growing and dynamic community is home to a population of over 38,000 residents. Ideally situated, Mission is just a 15-minute drive from the US border, and approximately 70 kilometers east of the City of Vancouver. Mission is surrounded by the incredible beauty of mountainous vistas and natural forest settings. Our climate is warm in the summer and mild and wet in the winter. Flowers bloom most of the year, as the area is naturally hospitable to a wide variety or plant life and vegetation. Topographically, Mission enjoys an immense variation of hillsides and gullies which maintain natural neighborhood enclosures, spectacular views, and a sense of permanence. Mission has a unique and colorful history. It is the site of Canada’s first train robbery, B.C.’s first rail link to the United States, one of the earliest Hydro-electric dams and Fraser River bridges, and is home to the oldest known First Nations’ archaeological site in British Columbia. The municipality has an open and welcoming attitude to its citizens and businesses, new residents, investors and visitors alike, creating a sense of community for all. Come and see for yourself why Mission is “the Jewel in the Valley”.
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A small business manufacturing opportunity in Cross Laminated Timber or “CLT”, a cost-competitive, strong, light, multi-layer, wood building panel system, the preferable sustainable building material of the 21st century. CLT demand is estimated to grow to 1.2 to 3.6 million m3/yr. at 5 to 15% market...
33245 N Railway Avenue, Mission, BC
Wentings Cycle @ Mountain Shop, a profitable, family-owned and operated cycle shop for sale in Downtown Mission, BC, has become a destination location for the Lower Mainland. From local families to cycling enthusiasts to pros, Wentings caters to a diverse, wide-reaching client base, and sells indust...
7250 Nelson Street, Mission, BC, V4S 1H3
Opportunity to acquire ±5.806 acres (252,909 SF) land with Light and Heavy Industrial designation in the City of Mission. This is a high visibility location with long frontage to the Fraser River and within close proximity to the Mission Railway, Highway 7 and Highway 11. The offering is for Land an...
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