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You can also make an appointment to visit the Community Archives outside the regular hours of operation.

To make arrangements, please email the archives or leave a telephone message and you will be contacted by staff. We look forward to assisting you.

Support the Archives!
Operated by the Mission District Historical Society, a non-profit organization, the Mission Community Archives welcomes your financial support to advance our programs and services. Your donation will help us to preserve and provide better access to the community's documentary heritage.
We are committed to assisting everyone who contacts us, but because we are a volunteer-based operation with limited hours of operation, it can sometimes take time to process an individual request.

You may access the Archives in-person or by phone, mail and email. Due to our hours of operation, it is recommended that individuals planning to visit the archives contact staff ahead of time and make an appointment.

Please note for non-residents a donation is required to cover administration costs. Reference Services staff and volunteers will assist you with your research and provide you with resources relevant to your request. Under special circumstances, Reference Services staff and volunteers will also research a topic for local and non-residents. A donation is required for this service.

Reproductions of materials are available conditional upon any donor or copyright restrictions and the fragility of the material. Users will be charged fees to offset costs associated with providing the reproduction(s). For further details please email us.

In-person Inquiries:
Thursdays: 12:00-8:00 pm
Fridays: 9:00 am-12:00 pm; 1:00-5:00 pm
Saturdays: Pre-arranged Appointment ONLY

Free admission

Telephone: 604.820.2621

Mission Community Archives,
PO Box 3522,
Mission, BC
V2V 4L1


We acknowledge the financial assistance of the District of Mission
and the Province of British Columbia
33215 2nd Avenue, P.O. Box 3522, Mission, B.C. V2V 4L1  Ph. 604.820.2621
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