Dawson Creek


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Dawson Creek

A city of eastern British Columbia, Canada, near the Alberta border. It is the southern terminus of the Alaska Highway.

Dawson Creek

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(Placename) a town in W Canada, in NE British Columbia: SE terminus of the Alaska Highway. Pop: 10 754 (2001)
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The Canadian and British Columbia governments have announced $33 million in investment in skilled trades training at Northern Lights College in Dawson Creek, B.
Hawkair said it will take over non-stop service from Vancouver International Airport to Dawson Creek from its sister company beginning Monday December 01, 2014.
M2 EQUITYBITES-November 17, 2014-Hawkair takes over Dawson Creek to Vancouver service
He traveled to Sunset Prairie, a rural community in northeastern British Columbia, to start a church community "I went up the Northern Alberta Railway all the way to Dawson Creek," he recalled, according to a profile published in 1985 in the Anglican Journal's predecessor, the Canadian Churchman.
Rotraud Lopp directed and conducted her 33rd annual production with Dawson Creek Opera, producing Lehar's The Land of Smiles.
The Dawson Creek Society for Community Living plans to develop 22 new apartments with support services for seniors in the Dawson Creek/Pouce Coupe area.
No matter whether you're driving a car, a giant RV or a small SUV (as we were), it's a grand adventure from Milepost Zero in Dawson Creek, British Columbia, to Milepost 1523 at the other end.
James Church, Dawson Creek, was no doubt among those happy to see the conference held in the north: Dawson Creek is mile "O" on the Alaska Highway.
military supply route from Dawson Creek to Delta Junction.
CALGARY, Alberta -- EnCana Corporation has doubled its offer of a cash reward for helping solve the Dawson Creek bombings.
Contract Awarded for Rebuild the ice plants in Dawson Creek s hockey arenas and curling rink has never fixed an arena.
Engineering, construction and services company, KBR (NYSE:KBR) won a General Works Contract for phase two construction at a raw gas processing and compression facility near Dawson Creek, British Columbia, for an undisclosed amount it declared on Tuesday.