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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We chose the Dawson Creek site for a number of reasons, including its existing infrastructure, proximity to other high-technology companies, the high quality of the local work force, and the general livability of the area.
Transportation is crucial to supporting economic development and our team is looking forward to helping grow air transportation into Dawson Creek.
The company released the following statement, "MultiCorp International, Inc has purchased a 157 acre parcel in the Dawson Creek area of British Columbia, Canada.
The new treatment facility will help meet the water needs of all users including the people and municipality of the City of Dawson Creek.
Indeed, one of the strengths of this annual production is the involvement of the entire community of Dawson Creek, from small children to retirees, and the rest of the town returns the favor through its support.
The Delta folks say that the 1942 road connected Dawson Creek with Delta Junction, adding that the highway north to Fairbanks was already in.
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.
The City of Dawson Creek invites bids for the supply and installation of flow monitoring stations at the City of Dawson Creek s wastewater outfall and Snake Pit (Rolla) Road Culvert.
24, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- MultiCorp International, Inc, (OTC Pink: MCIC) has signed a Strategic Partnership agreement with New North Construction, Ltd, to handle the development of building projects slated to begin in 2013 in Dawson Creek, BC.
Seven soloists from Edmonton, Fort St John, Vancouver, Abbotsford and Spirit River performed with the Dawson Creek Symphonette and Choir, conducted by Lopp.