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We do well when you prosper. Historically, forestry , hydroelectricity and agriculture were Mission's chief resource sectors and provided the basis for varied related retail and service activities. In recent history, transportation improvements have enabled the manufacturing sector to expand beyond sawmilling and food processing.
Forest and wood related industries dominate the manufacturing sector, with an emphasis on redcedar shake and shingle mills. Mission also holds the only municipal tree farm license in British Columbia. Agriculture is mostly restricted to a narrow belt along the Fraser River, and the unincorporated Dewdney-Deroche district east of Mission contains the majority of the farms in the area.
There are about 96 commercial and hobby farms in the area. Dairy is the chief agricultural enterprise; other income sources include poultry, hogs, beef and vegetables. Mission's largest employer is the local school district, School District 75, and its second largest employer is the District i. Mission is also accessible through commuter rail, the West Coast Express , which runs five trains in each direction a day, five days a week, between Vancouver and Mission City Station.
Three days per week Via Rail 's The Canadian provides eastbound flag stop service from Mission Harbour railway station. Mission differs from some of the other Fraser Valley communities because of its access to the Fraser River. The Fraser near Mission is for the most part undeveloped and unspoiled which makes Mission the launch point for many water based activities that happen year round.
Boat tours run from Mission's docks on Harbour Avenue, which are also home to sport and commercial fishing vessels; the Fraser has famous salmon runs and population of green sturgeon. However, Mission has plentiful rainfall all year round, with a drying trend in the summer.
Mission offers few jobs, so many residents more than 6 out of 10 commute to work in other locales. The community has a young population, with a median age of The next largest religious group is Sikh , comprising 5. The largest visible minority group in Mission are South Asians, primarily Indo-Canadians comprising 7. There is a sizeable First Nations community, forming 8.
The Peckquaylis Indian Reserve, which is the former St. Mary's Residential School and its grounds, is a centre for services and governments of the Sto:lo communities in the area to the east. Mission's Indo-Canadian community was active since the early s. An Indo-Canadian volleyball team, "Mission Sikhs", was active in the area. Naranjan Grewall became the first Indo-Canadian elected to public office when he took a position in Mission City's government.As San Diego’s largest credit union exclusively serving San Diego County, Mission Federal Credit Union has been serving financial needs since We are your place for San Diego loans, checking accounts, savings, digital services and other banking services in San Diego. Looking for a San Diego credit union or San Diego bank? Look no further than Mission Fed!