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December 09

Recently, @Dawson1922 donated a new gravel driveway to the local, non-profit therapeutic horse-riding program, Kaml… https://t.co/hKl5y9VsA5

December 08

Our heavy civil works teams have the equipment, experience and skills to manage projects of all sizes — no matter w… https://t.co/by9yiyZa8m

December 07

Never pass a snow plow or salt/sand truck on the right. More #ShiftIntoWinter tips here: https://t.co/4nV3H6ifNM https://t.co/n73tYEehiz

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Generous Dawson Road Maintenance crew donates 587 pounds of food and supplies to the Clinton Food Bank!

The Dawson Road Maintenance crew in Clinton donated 587 pounds of food and supplies to the Clinton Food Bank on Monday. Clinton Road Foreman, Kitty File said that she was so proud to watch the entire crew pull together, to help support the food bank and our local community me

Dawson Group raises $4,223 in Movember!

The Dawson Group team wrapped up Movember raising a total of $4,223 to help change the face of men’s health, shattering their overall goal of $2,000. Our team had fifteen official Mo Bro’s and Mo Sista’s, with many more in our companies participating unofficially.

Drivers in Clinton, reminded of the importance of shifting into winter

Are you and your vehicle prepared for winter? Visit www.ShiftIntoWinter.ca to make sure. Dawson Road Maintenance management and crews were in Clinton on Wednesday for the South Cariboo’s annual Shift into Winter event. We were in great company, joined by volunteers from

Dawson Group IT Team builds 250′ tunnel for upcoming Wildlights Festival

The Dawson Group IT team spent Thursday at the BC Wildlife Park helping with the setup for the upcoming Wildlights Festival.  Andrew Kay, Brian Eshpeter and Danny Schenk built a 250’ long tunnel along the rear pathway, piecing together hundreds of feet of PVC pipe. &nb