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Juneau's dumb idea

...future former capital of Alaska, then why not punch one over to the Cassiar Highway via the Glenora road connecting to Dease Lake? With the Canadians' help it could be done quickly and within a decent budget. The Canadian and British Columbia governments...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/011905/let_20050119020.shtml
Opinion
Gov. Murkowski pitches $23.5 billion road, rail, pipeline links with Canada

...state-owned Alaska Railway line to northern British Columbia where it will join now privately owned B.C. Rail at Dease Lake and extend an existing highway connection in Southeast Alaska about 31 miles into northwestern British Columbia, Murkowski...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/071504/sta_bigvision.shtml
News
Potential for opals, emeralds draws attention in Yukon, British Columbia

...determine the extent of an opal deposit in the Whitesail Mountains of the Ootsa Lake region, jade discoveries in the Dease Lake area and emerald deposits on the Yukon border. Wojdak said much of the excitement concerns emerald prospects that were...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/093003/sta_opals.shtml
News
China Joe: Man of the golden rule

...mine camp. The gold rush in the Cassiar brought Joe to Alaska in 1874. He opened a bakery at one of the camps around Dease Lake. One winter, the upper Stikine River froze earlier than usual. Steamers couldn't make it upriver with provisions...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/101004/loc_china.shtml
News
Canadian government support boosts AK-BC intertie possibilities

...develop their potential," he said. The extension of the power line up the Highway 37 corridor from Terrace, BC, up to Dease Lake will shift communities there from expensive diesel to renewable hydropower, and make electric power available for several...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/092309/loc_496357389.shtml
CanadianWalkabout

...Tlingit near Teslin, Yukon Territory, then the Kaska near Watson Lake, and most recently the Tahltan in the vicinity of Dease Lake, B.C. Of the many memorable encounters he's had along the way, meeting moonshiners is near the top of the list...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/092103/out_walkabout.shtml
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