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December 01

#BCHwy99 CLOSED #Lillooet to #Pemberton.Crews Reports of debris flows, assessment in progress. The road will open o… https://t.co/olOz3pqJgJ

December 01

#BCHwy99 is open between #Lillooet and #Pemberton. Please take your time as you travel through this mountainous reg… https://t.co/m8E2ytoiHM

December 01

Rain transitioning to snow in the #Cariboo this morning. Reminder: Clear snow and ice from windows, lights, mirrors… https://t.co/IHi4IN2TSE

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British Columbia Dawson Road Maintenance

Dawson Road Maintenance is committed to staying in touch with the people and organizations who live in our communities and depend on our roads for personal and professional reasons. We want to share with everyone news about important news, weather events, maintenance and other kinds of disruptions that have the potential to impact on our ability to travel.

As well, we will share information here about ways you can travel safer, including Shift Into Winter and Cone Zone messages designed to protect all who are on the roads including work crews. Stay in touch with this page for regular updates from our operational staff about events and sign up below to receive updates by email subscription service.

A big thank you to our South Cariboo team!

The Chanel Creek Slide has been one of the hardest projects I have ever been a part of. Our team has been affected by the loss of life on our roads and has been working tirelessly since the flooding started to ensure our communities can once again be safely connected. Dawson

Let’s change the face of men’s health!

Dustin Walsh, Project Manager for Dawson Road Maintenance, is shaving his mustache at the end of November to help raise awareness about men’s health issues. The Movember Foundation is the leading charity changing the face of men's health and Dustin is proud to be participat

It’s time to Shift into Winter!

The annual Shift into Winter campaign, which begins October 1, aims to reduce this risk by reminding British Columbians to prepare now and plan ahead for winter driving. In British Columbia, the chances of being injured or killed in a motor vehicle incident (MVI) dramatica

Every Child Matters

September 30, 2021 is historic, as it marks the first-ever National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, a day to honour and remember the survivors of the residential schools, their families and communities. September 30 is also Orange Shirt Day, a day in which people all over Cana

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