Our City, Our Mission

The Outlaws are proud to call the Mission Leisure Centre our home.  The facility is a hub of leisure activities in Mission and features pools, two rinks, a curling facility, gymnasium, fitness studio, weight room, squash/racquetball courts, multipurpose rooms, a physiotherapy clinic and concession.  Therefore, whether a person enjoys yoga or swimming, basketball or hockey, dancing or even wants to learn first aid, there is a program for everyone!  

The City of Mission is nestled on a southern coastal mountain slope, overlooking the lush valley of the mighty Fraser River.  Mission was originally inhabited by the Stó:lō First Nations people, and today this rapidly growing and dynamic centre is home to a population of over 41,000 residents.  The plan of ownership is to engage our First Nations community as part of the consultation process around the operations of the team and perhaps create business partnerships or opportunities that are mutually beneficial.

Mission has a unique and colourful Canadian history.  It is the site of Canada’s first train robbery, B.C.’s first rail link to the United States, one of the earliest hydroelectric dams and Fraser River bridges, and is home to the oldest known First Nations’ archaeological site in B.C.

The municipality is widely known as “the Jewel in the Valley”, as it has an open and welcoming warm attitude to its citizens and businesses, investors, new residents, visitors alike.