Exploring Downtown Mission through a camera lens

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Photography Mission A visual exploration of Mission’s historic downtown by Joe Johnson with files from Katie Stobbart and Shea Wind Starting this June, Mission will celebrate its 125th anniversary. Mission is, of course, more than just a few landmarks north of the river: a university campus, a terminus for the West Coast Express, an abbey. It’s […]

Toward Decolonization: Examining histories and futures for the Fraser Valley at The Reach Gallery Museum

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2017 will be an exciting year across Canada as the country celebrates the 150th Anniversary of Confederation. Our history as a nation has been fraught with the complexities inherent to colonial activity. For this reason, The Reach Gallery Museum is using this important opportunity to reflect on Canada’s 150th year with exhibitions and programming that […]

Behind the scenes at local nurseries: Get the 411 on one of gardening’s busiest seasons

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By Lisa Caroglanian Dorazio Unlike our southern hemisphere friends, autumn, also known as fall, begins for us in the Lower Mainland September 22nd. As our daylight disappears, it is the time of year when you begin to think about Thanksgiving and Halloween, transitioning out of swimsuits into sweaters, and looking for interesting and fun things to […]

X, Y, Z: Explore Yoga and Zumba: Two fun, public options to minimize stress and work out this fall

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The end of summer means busier schedules for everybody. Kids are going back to school, parents are remembering the lost art of packing lunches, and university students are bracing themselves for the impact of a full course-load. It can get messy. There will be days you’ll be so tired you won’t even be able to […]