Information Bulletin from the BC Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure Drivers are reminded that winter tire regulations remain in place until April 30, 2020, on many highways to account for early spring snowfall. The ministry is following the advice and orders of
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Dawson Road Maintenance will be temporarily closing our offices to help keep our staff safe from COVID-19. All essential personnel will still be working either from home or in the field and practicing best methods to help prevent the spread of the virus. As always, you can c
- February 28, 2020
- General News
In 2019, IRL International Truck Centres was handed a challenge — build 13 tandem and 22 tri-drive plow trucks to supply Dawson RoadMaintenance with equipment needed to fulfill two new highways maintenance contracts as well as two existing contracts. Starting in April, te
- December 16, 2019
- Central Cariboo
Dawson Road Maintenance was excited to participate in Anahim Lake’s 2nd Annual Christmas Parade on Thursday night. The Anahim Lake Crew volunteered time after hours to get our “Reindeer” truck festively decorated so they could deliver Mr. and Mrs. Clause through town.
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