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October 03

Please join us for an afternoon of food, fun and entertainment in #Kamloops. Our 100th Anniversary Committee is bus… https://t.co/1J7d3wmcF3

October 01

The annual #ShiftintoWinter campaign begins today, to remind British Columbians to prepare now and plan ahead for w… https://t.co/8CsrkMPRdf

September 30

In honour of the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation and Orange Shirt Day, Dawson Group is changing their log… https://t.co/d68MZaPSib

Community Involvement

Riley Demidoff used Heavy Metal Rocks to help launch successful career

Heavy Metal Rocks has operated for the past 13 years in B.C. as a way for high school students within the School District No. 73 boundary to get some first-hand job experience working with big equipment. But what Heavy Metal Rocks also provides is an opportunity for Dawson Group

Dawson Group wraps up another successful United Way campaign!

The Dawson Group wrapped up our second annual United Way campaign this week, raising $21,100 for our local communities! Across the province we also held volunteer events and other creative fundraising events to create even more ripples of positive impact in our communities.

Five dedicated Dawson Group cyclists didn’t let the weather dampen their mood.

It was a cooler Fall GoByBike “Week” than expected, and it dampened our team size, but five got out to brave the cold! Dawson International Truck Centres’ Alex Rugolo, Craig Stishenko, Graeme Gee, Rhonda Bampton and Dawson Civil’s Tylor Bryson all bundled up and tried to

Every Child Matters

September 30, 2021 is historic, as it marks the first-ever National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, a day to honour and remember the survivors of the residential schools, their families and communities. September 30 is also Orange Shirt Day, a day in which people all over Cana