After an extended closure due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Mission District Historical Society is excited to announce that once again the public will be able to visit the Mission Community Archives in-person starting Thursday, May 13, 2021 in accordance with new COVID-19 protocols to ensure the safest conditions for visitors, staff and volunteers.
Please CLICK HERE
to find out how to book your visit.
The Mission Community Archives is an innovative operation that is responsible for managing and making accessible the documentary heritage of the District of Mission. The Archives serves as a primary information centre, providing leadership in the areas of historic preservation, cultural education, and community initiatives to foster an appreciation for local heritage.
Through the support of Services Canada Summer Jobs Program, the Community Archives is offering two exciting job opportunities for youth between the ages of 15 and 30.
Applications are currently being accepted until May 21st for an Archivist Assistant
and June 11th for a Communications Service Coordinator
Both positions are time-durated with the option of flex hours, offering the opportunity for the development of transferable skills from a broad range of career related fields, including: archives, library, and information management; business administration, communications, education, software application developer and online programmer. If you have questions, please email
Archivist Val Billesberger.
How has the COVID-19 pandemic impacted your life?
The Mission Community Archives in partnership with the Mission Museum
wants to document and preserve your first-hand experiences during these unprecedented times through their Life at TWO Metres
initiative. READ HERE
how you can contribute your experiences and insights to Life at TWO Metres
and be a part of history!