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- Arctic Red River is the name of a tributary to the Mackenzie River in the Northwest Territories, Canada.
- The Arctic Red River is one of the longest navigable tributaries of the Lower Mackenzie River.
Arctic Red River
- Tsiigehtchic, formerly known as Arctic Red River, is a traditional community of about 200 people of Gwich'in descent.
- Arctic Red River (Tsiigehtchic) is a quiet community at the Dempster Highway ferry crossing.
- The first European to see the Arctic Red River was Alexander MACKENZIE, in 1789, but the Gwich'in have hunted and fished in the river for thousands of years.
- At its mouth are a post of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police and the village of Tsiigehtchic, formerly Arctic Red River.
- Arctic Red River, c.310 mi (500 km) long, rising in the Mackenzie Mts.
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- The goal of this Special Management Zone is for the non-degradation or maintenance of the high water quality of the Arctic Red River.
- We carried out limited testing in the settlement of Arctic Red River on July 28 and 29, and we returned to Inuvik the night of the 29th.
- The First Nations community of Tsiigehtchic is located at the confluence of the Mackenzie and the Arctic Red River, in the Northwest Territories, Canada.
- The Arctic Red River's headwaters are in the Mackenzie Mountains, from where it flows 500 km (300 mi) NW to its confluence with the Mackenzie.
- At its confluence with the Mackenzie is the village of Arctic Red River (Tsiig--htchic).
- The Arctic Red River carries large volume of sediments which are deposited to form the low bench of its confluence with the Mackenzie River.
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