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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…

October 01

The annual #ShiftintoWinter campaign begins today, to remind British Columbians to prepare now and plan ahead for w…

September 30

In honour of the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation and Orange Shirt Day, Dawson Group is changing their log…


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Work is underway on the new structures for the Chase West Project.

Dawson Civil started work on the 43-metre-long pedestrian tunnel in Chase, B.C. today. The first box, which Foreman Erek Boake is proudly standing in, is one of eighteen that will be installed. Crews are also working on installing a 57-metre-long multiplate cattle tunnel and

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

The Chase West project is officially midway.

Work on the 3.3-kilometre expansion of the Trans-Canada highway, west of Chase, B.C., is roughly halfway complete. To date, Dawson Civil has excavated and placed nearly 500,000 cubic metres of material and installed 1.5 kilometres of pipe - varying in size from 20 centimetres, u

It’s time 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. In British Columbia, the chances of being injured or killed in a motor vehicle incident (MVI) dramatica