It takes a special individual to calmly navigate mudslides, forest fires and evacuation orders. Luckily for the community members in Clinton and Ashcroft, Mike O’Flynn always managed each unique situation successfully. Tired of travelling all over western North America as a
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- January 11, 2023
- South Cariboo
There is more to keeping winter drivers safe than salting and sanding the roads. Sometimes, our Dawson Road Maintenance crews go vastly above and beyond when it comes to keeping members of the communities they serve safe. Grant Gray was out plowing his regular route along Loo
Highways are a dangerous place for not only humans, but for a lot of animals as well. Dawson Road Maintenance (DRM) just wrapped up a culvert cleaning program that was designed to make highways safer for motorists, local badgers and other small wildlife along Highway 97 in Servi
Little did Pat Gunderson’s father know at the time, when he told his son that he was going to report him to the Employment Insurance (EI) office, that he was setting him up for a long and successful career in road maintenance in Service Area 17. In the mid-90s, Gunderson wa
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