DAWN BOOTH

DAWN BOOTH

A little about DAWN BOOTH

Dawn Booth is a local journalist and business owner of the communication service, Media Booth. Residing in Fort McMurray since 2007, Booth has been actively working in the Wood Buffalo region as a media and marketing expert. From her arrival to the city, until November 2010, she worked as the Special Features Editor at the Fort McMurray Today. In April 2011, she co-launched snapd Wood Buffalo and managed the publication for three years, until June 2014. In March 2014, she created Media Booth and is currently working with a wide-variety of clients in the business and nonprofit sectors throughout Alberta. Her passion for volunteering in the community has given her two civic awards from the Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo. She has also received the title for the Fort McMurray Connect's Top 40 Under 40 and is one of Girls Inc. of Northern Alberta's 2014-2015 Women of Inspiration. A happy wife and loving mother to two young boys and a baby girl, Booth can be found easily at www.mediabooth.net.

All posts by DAWN BOOTH

Dec
04
2014
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Published in Features
For the past 17 years, Noralta Lodge Ltd. has been providing quality accommodations for the energy sector’s workforce. Today, the company continues to excel to higher levels as they gain new partnerships with local businesses, and plan to host residency to over 2,500 athletes and 300 technical officials for the…
Oct
01
2014
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Published in Business & Oilsands
Power couple puts forward their thanks by giving back Bronco, Ranger, Taurus and Explorer. Chances are the popular Ford franchise model terminology rings a bell when you hear these titles and, if you live in Fort McMurray, the name: “Giles” is just as familiar.
Jul
26
2014
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Published in Business & Oilsands
HVAC Solutions Ltd. marked a Fort McMurray milestone in the city’s business world by celebrating 10 years of providing superior service to the community.
Mar
27
2014
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Published in Features
For decades, the Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo (RMWB) public has been uniting together to take on positive initiatives to beautify our local surroundings. Adopting parks, community clean-ups, anti-litter campaigns, graffiti awareness and interactive recycling events are just a few of over a dozen programs implemented throughout the year by…
Jan
24
2014
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Published in Sports & Recreation
You have seen some of them driving around the city of Fort McMurray in the middle of summer. The sun shining bright past nine at night, they’re out driving with their sled in tow, tied down in the truck’s bed. With shorter days of subarctic climate many months away, new…
Aug
22
2013
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Published in Sports & Recreation
More than just a gym class… The Sports Academies of Father Patrick Mercredi High School host prolific opportunities to the students of the Wood Buffalo region. With strategic planning in their six academies available, the school takes sports education to a new level in baseball, hockey, soccer, cheerleading, golf, and…
May
20
2013
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Published in Sports & Recreation
He waits in the parking lot of the new Comiskey Park in Chicago, reminiscing of his younger days spent walking past the old stadium where he daydreamed of the announcer calling his name on the field. In 2002, it happened. The crowd chanting, bright lights with a childhood dream becoming…
Nov
21
2012
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Published in Lifestyle
NORTHERN ALBERTA IS WELL-KNOWN FOR ITS sub-zero winter weather and in the Wood Buffalo Region, it’s all Canadian. From traditional winter activities like skiing and skating, our region has all of the outlets. Quite often it’s the more unusual ones that are favoured by most and add the real adventurous…
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