Congratulations to our 2014 Winner
Mission has a rich and diverse natural, built, and cultural heritage which includes parks, gardens, character homes, an historic business district, streetscapes, and public places that collectively give us our sense of place and cultural identity.
2014 Heritage Fair Awards
Hatzic Elementary Students cleanup at the 18th Annual Heritage Fair. (Left to right)
Katherine Weither – Bush Flying (Transportation category)
Keanna Peters – My Bannock Family (Aboriginal Culture category)
Jillian Quick – 1948 Flood (Community Stories category)
Kata Clarkson – Road building in Silverdale (Lifetime Learner category)
Kaden Scott – 10 Canadian Floods (Canadian Stories category)
The Heritage Award Program was established by the Mission Community Heritage Commission in 2007 to recognize the efforts made by individuals, groups and businesses who have made a significant contribution towards protecting, enhancing and/or restoring these heritage resources. The first awards were presented on February 18, 2008 at a Council meeting as part of Heritage Week celebrations in the community.
To read about Heritage Award Winners, visit our Past Awards page.
Each year nominations for awards are accepted under the following categories:
- Conservation of Built Environment, Streetscapes & Landscapes (including the following sub-categories: Conservation or restoration of a heritage building, Adaptation of a heritage building, Construction of new building or development, Additions to an existing heritage building, and Heritage Landscape)
- Special Heritage Achievement
- Education & Promotion of Heritage