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Dawson Creek,

city (1991 pop. 10,981), E British Columbia, Canada, near the Alta. border, on Dawson Creek and NE of Prince George. An important grain-shipping center, it is the southern terminus of the Alaska Highway.

Dawson Creek

a town in W Canada, in NE British Columbia: SE terminus of the Alaska Highway. Pop.: 10 754 (2001)
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The hauling will be operated out of Trimac's Dawson Creek, British Columbia facility and is expected to commence in the second quarter of 2012 and run through to March 2014.
The route: The Alaska Highway, built in 1942, extends 1,523 miles from Dawson Creek, British Columbia, to Fairbanks, Alaska.
The company also will add new carbon dioxide and liquid nitrogen distribution and storage facilities in Grande Prairie, Alberta, and Dawson Creek, British Columbia, as well as mobile storage and transportation equipment.
and its subsidiaries ("Fabcor"), a Canadian pipeline and facility construction services company with offices in Grand Prairie, Alberta and Dawson Creek, British Columbia, Canada.
20, 1942, officially opening the Alcan Highway between Dawson Creek, British Columbia, and Fairbanks, Alaska.
EnCana is offering up to $1 million cash for information directly leading to the arrest and prosecution of the individual or individuals responsible for the recent bombings at EnCana facilities in the Tomslake area near Dawson Creek, British Columbia.
DAWSON CREEK, British Columbia, April 21 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Michael and Debbie Chemerys, owners of Elbow Grease Ventures, Limited located at 632 114th Avenue - Suite B, recently added UHaul truck and trailer rentals to the small engine and equipment-repair services they currently offer to the Dawson Creek community.
13 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- EnCana Corporation is offering a cash reward of up to $500,000 for information directly leading to the arrest and prosecution of the individual or individuals responsible for the recent bombings at EnCana facilities in the Tomslake area near Dawson Creek, British Columbia.