Early downtown Mission based upon a combination of historic images and the creative license of the artists. The mural project was undertaken by the Mission District Historical Society through their fundraising efforts. Donors are listed in the mural.
Artist: Doug Carious
Location: 33129 North Railway
Artist’s interpretation of the injustices experienced by Japanese-Canadians during World War II including their uprooting illustrated through the inclusion of the Mission CPR Station where local Japanese were shipped off to internment centres.
Our Home Town
Artist: Dean and Christina Lauze of D’Arts
Location: Mission Archives Building - 33215 2nd Avenue
District of Mission 120th Anniversary Commemorative mural illustrating keystones of the community’s development based upon historic images housed in the Archives.
Artist: Doug Carious and Mission youth
Location: 33265 North Railway
Creative Works, a division of Mission Youth Unlimited received a District of Mission 120 year Anniversary Grant to paint a mural depicting youth involved in different activities making the community a better place.