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February 25

Dawson Group employees from all over the province sent in photos in support of #PinkShirtDay today! Check out our f… https://t.co/Nn4RUe0qmc

February 24

While Pink Shirt Day has its roots with students, it has grown and expanded to be about so much more! Read about w… https://t.co/2QXUPRjNJe

February 24

The entire Dawson Group is going pink in support of #PinkShirtDay, tomorrow, February 24. Join us in taking a stan… https://t.co/akhhJa9Lp8

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Dawson Group raises $4,223 in Movember!

The Dawson Group team wrapped up Movember raising a total of $4,223 to help change the face of men’s health, shattering their overall goal of $2,000. Our team had fifteen official Mo Bro’s and Mo Sista’s, with many more in our companies participating unofficially.

Dawson Group IT Team builds 250′ tunnel for upcoming Wildlights Festival

The Dawson Group IT team spent Thursday at the BC Wildlife Park helping with the setup for the upcoming Wildlights Festival.  Andrew Kay, Brian Eshpeter and Danny Schenk built a 250’ long tunnel along the rear pathway, piecing together hundreds of feet of PVC pipe. &nb

Dawson Group gets out to clean up McGill Road for the last time before winter

Dawson Group volunteers did the final cleanup of the year today on McGill Road. For those who got out to clean up this year, today was a celebratory day as the street will soon have the Dawson Group sign put up. The Dawson Group adopted the one kilometre stretch on McGill

Dawson Construction helps out at the Kamloops Food Bank

The Dawson Construction paving division attended another volunteer event this morning, donating their time to the Kamloops Food Bank. The crew filled many food hampers, helped in the warehouse and sorted produce. Our project manager, Jason Shank was in attendance and sai