Dease Lake Access Centre
Dease Lake is located in northern BC, on Highway 37 (Stewart-Cassiar Highway) 272 kilometres south of Watson Lake, Yukon and 600 kilometres north of Terrace, BC.
The community offers a complete range of services and is home to several provincial government offices, including B.C. School District 87. Population is 650 full-time residents.
Dease Lake was established around 1839, and was once a Hudson Bay Company Trading Post. The town got its name from the chief factor of the Hudson Bay Company, Peter Warren Dease. Dease Lake was a hub of activity when the Cassiar gold rush erupted in 1872. And, in 1941, Dease Lake was a transportation hub for supplies headed for the troops that were building the Alaska Highway.
Programming at the Dease Lake Access Centre will include the following offered through Employment Skills Access and other special funding.
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