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December 02

Don’t learn by accident. Discover more info on how to drive in winter conditions before getting behind the wheel.… https://t.co/gyoS4Z9qPa

December 02

Please join us for an afternoon of food, fun and entertainment in #Kamloops. Our 100th Anniversary Committee is bus… https://t.co/7Zskj9It02

December 01

We know that flexibility is important. Whether it’s in the office, at home, or a blended approach. We work with al… https://t.co/z91rWFAVkc

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Planned Highway 1 & Shuswap Avenue West Intersection Closure

Project: Highway 1 Chase Creek Road to Chase West Please be advised, the intersection of Highway 1 and Shuswap Avenue WEST will be closed from October 17 to October 26, 2022. The traveling public, including pedestrians, will need to use an alternate access to Chase via Shuswa

Are you ready to Shift into Winter?

The annual Shift into Winter campaign, which begins October 1, aims to reduce this risk by reminding British Columbians to prepare now and plan ahead for winter driving. As a member of the Winter Driving Safety Alliance, Dawson Civil encourages you and your familie

Planned Highway 1 & Shuswap Avenue West Intersection Closure

Project: Highway 1 Chase Creek Road to Chase West Please be advised, the intersection of Highway 1 and Shuswap Avenue WEST will be closed from June 1 to June 20, 2022. The traveling public, including pedestrians, will need to use an alternate access to Chase via Shuswap Avenu

Cone Zone season has arrived!

Each of us – employers, workers and drivers – need to take action to keep workers safe.   Hundreds of roadside work zones will be set up across B.C. this summer, and every day, tens of thousands of British Columbians work alongside our roadways: first responders, tow