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Fundraising and relief operation for Taal victims by Dawson Creek Filipino-Canadian community

Fundraising and relief operation for Taal victims by Dawson Creek Filipino-Canadian community

Through the initiative of Mr. Gregg Apolonio supported by Fr. Vener Sabacan of Notre Dame Parish, Kalipi South Peace Members and Non Members and Dawson Creek Canadian community, a dinner by donation was held last January 26, 2020.
Jordin Tootoo coming to Dawson Creek

Jordin Tootoo coming to Dawson Creek

Jordin Tootoo will be speaking at Unchagah Hall Thursday, April 16. He will share insight on leadership and exceptional teamwork from his past experience as a professional hockey player in the NHL. The event is a fundraiser the DCSS Athletics.
Money from Rotary Interact

Money from Rotary Interact

Chelsea Hayward and Levi Robertson with DCSS Rotary Interact hand over $260 to Angela Willmott with the Mizpah House. Students raised the funds with a candigram program in December.
Mile 0 Quilt Guild donates their work to hospital, more

Mile 0 Quilt Guild donates their work to hospital, more

The Mile 0 Quilt Guild creates roughly 35 to 40 quilts a year and another round have just been donated to the DC Hospital oncology department and community seniors.
100 Women Who Care Dawson Creek fly $12,700 to DC Air Cadets

100 Women Who Care Dawson Creek fly $12,700 to DC Air Cadets

The GDI was the place to be Monday night.
Reports of Covid-19 in Mile Zero were false

Reports of Covid-19 in Mile Zero were false

Northern Health officials have confirmed with the Dawson Creek Mirror that rumours of Covid-19 at a school were false. Eryn Collins with Northern Health said today the rumour were just that. Fake news.
Dawson Creek Co-op preps to BEE kind

Dawson Creek Co-op preps to BEE kind

The Dawson Co-op is selling “BEE Kind” hoodies to support anti-bullying initiatives and encourage acts of kindness. Proceeds from the hoodies will be donated to local mental health and wellness initiatives.
Caribou agreements signed

Caribou agreements signed

Two million acres of land in the Peace region will be placed into protected areas as part of a caribou recovery agreement signed in Vancouver today.
On National Anti-Bullying Day February 26, let’s stand up to bullies

On National Anti-Bullying Day February 26, let’s stand up to bullies

Did you know that bullying is a major risk factor for poor physical and mental health? Those who bully, or have been bullied, experience significant challenges forming lasting relationships, integrating into work and becoming economically independent
Lekstrom named city CAO

Lekstrom named city CAO

Blair Lekstrom has been appointed to the position of Chief Administrative Officer (CAO) for the City of Dawson Creek. Lekstrom has resigned as councillor and the position will remain vacant until a by-election is held.