Welcome to Mission. Our population is small compared to the communities that surround us, and that means more services available to newcomers from other countries. For you, "The Power of Small" means personal service and no lineups or waiting lists.

From intake to organized activities, there are no lineups here. You're not a number, and often you can be seen the same day. Our workshops are attended by people just like you in a comfortable, uncrowded atmosphere.

We provide a safe space to talk one-on-one about the topics and programs that matter to you. From the language sessions offered in our building to key information about Canadian culture. Plus: community events, or topics like banking, housing and transportation.

Community Connections

We are here to help set up plans and goals for your settlement needs.

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English & Cultural Programs

Programs designed to help immigrants learn english and about Canadian culture.

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School Program

MCSS New-to-Canada team can assist students and their families with settling in their schools and community.

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Welcome BC

Settlement support through Welcome BC for people who are coming to study, for temporary work, or who are immigrating to BC.

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Local Immigration Partnership

L.I.P. is a 10 person council to collaboratively create an action plan for meaningful settlement solutions.

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Book an Appointment

Book an appointment with us to learn about programs and services available to you.

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Refugee families are already here in Mission. They arrived through a number of sponsorship types, be it government, blended (government-private), or private sponsorship (sometimes referred to as citizen sponsorship). The Mission volunteer effort behind this support has been amazing.

If you are a faith group, a group of five people, or an organization looking to bring a refugee family to Mission, talk to our New-To-Canada Team here at Mission Community Services Society. Pick up the phone and ask for one of our settlement workers.

The information line is (604) 826 - 3634. Our team is known for putting together community forums related to refugee pre-arrival and the integration experience in Mission. We work with various community groups to make the refugee experience for the newcomer families the best it can be.

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