Dawson Creek


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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.
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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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