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SLAVE RIVER
SUMMER
DISCOVERY
WEST END
RIVER
SOUTH
WORLD
MACKENZIE
SOUTHERN SHORE
NORTH
GREAT BEAR LAKE
NORTHERN SHORE
TIME
UNIMPORTANT
SHORE
LAKES
SECOND LARGEST LAKE
LAKE
ARCTIC OCEAN
SMALL LAKE
HAY RIVER
SOUTH SHORE
YELLOWKNIFE RIVER
NORTH SHORE
NORTHWEST TERRITORIES
YELLOWKNIFE
GREAT SLAVE LAKE
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Definitions

  1. Great Slave Lake is a large lake so wind generated waves can make it too rough for canoes and small boats.
  2. Great Slave Lake is fed chiefly by the Slave River, which combines the waters of the Peace and Athabasca systems.
  3. Great Slave Lake is one of the deepest lakes in the world, reaching depths in excess of 2,000 ft.
  4. The Great Slave Lake is the deepest lake in North America, located on a continental tear, resulting in a rift lake.

Slave River

  1. The Slave River is a Canadian river that flows from Lake Athabasca in northeastern Alberta and empties into Great Slave Lake in the Northwest Territories.

Summer

  1. In the summer of 1932, he travelled with a small party by canoe through the unexplored region north of Great Slave Lake.

Discovery

  1. A major discovery was recently made at the Great Slave Lake, Canada's second largest lake, which is found in the Northwest territories.

West End

  1. This pattern of linear structures likely represents a series of horsts and grabens occurring at the west end of Great Slave Lake (Gibbins, 1988).

River

  1. That includes the communities of Great Slave Lake, and down river all the way to the Beaufort Sea in the Western Arctic.

South

  1. South of Great Slave Lake, in a remote comer of Wood Buffalo National Park, is the nesting site of a remnant flock of whooping crane s, discovered in 1954.

World

  1. Nestled on the North Arm of Great Slave Lake (the ninth largest lake in the world) Old Town grew up alongside the small Dene community of N'dilo.

Mackenzie

  1. Three Eagles was going away on a trip up the Mackenzie to the Great Slave Lake.

Southern Shore

  1. Desmarais on the southern shore of Great Slave Lake.

North

  1. The river originates in the Great Slave Lake, in Canada's Northwest Territories, and flows north.

Great Bear Lake

  1. The agreement will cede a 39 000 km² area between Great Bear Lake and Great Slave Lake in the NWT to Tłįchǫ ownership.

Northern Shore

  1. The Dogrib region covers the northern shore of Great Slave Lake, reaching almost up to Great Bear Lake.

Time

  1. With our 18 to 20 hour days, Great Slave Lake and hundreds of smaller lakes right on the doorstep, you can enjoy a lot of time on the water.

Unimportant

  1. The discovery was viewed as unimportant in those days because of the Klondike Gold Rush and because Great Slave Lake was too far away to attract attention.

Shore

  1. The city is set on rolling, pink and grey Precambrian rock, on the shore of Great Slave Lake.
  2. The community is situated at the mouth of the Slave River, on the shore of Great Slave Lake, and at the end of Highway 6.

Lakes

  1. Starting at Reid Lake, the trip follows a string of beautiful lakes and ends at Akaitcho Bay on Great Slave Lake, near Dettah.

Second Largest Lake

  1. Similarly, The Great Slave Lake is the second largest lake of Canada and is one of the deepest, and the biggest freshwater bodies on the earth.

Lake

  1. A part of the Mackenzie River system, the lake receives the Athabasca River from the south and drains N into Great Slave Lake by way of the Slave River.

Arctic Ocean

  1. From there, its waters flow north as Slave River into the Great Slave Lake, which discharges through the Mackenzie River system into the Arctic Ocean.
  2. The waters are discharged in the Peace River, finding their way to the Arctic Ocean through the Slave River, Great Slave Lake and Mackenzie River.

Small Lake

  1. It rises in Lac de Gras, a small lake near Great Slave Lake and flows generally north to Coronation Gulf, an arm of the Arctic Ocean.

Hay River

  1. A thriving commercial fishing industry, based on whitefish and lake trout, is centered on the village of Hay River, on Great Slave Lake.

South Shore

  1. The west and north boundaries are formed by the south shore of Great Slave Lake to the west side of the mouth of the Hay River.
  2. The community is located on the south shore near the eastern end of Great Slave Lake and until 1 July 1992, it was known as Snowdrift.

Yellowknife River

  1. It lies on the shores of the Great Slave Lake, west of the Yellowknife River, in the Mackenzie District.

North Shore

  1. It lies on the north shore of Great Slave Lake, 5 miles (8 km) south of the mouth of the Yellowknife River.

Northwest Territories

  1. Old Fort Providence, located near the mouth of Yellowknife Bay, Northwest Territories, Canada, was one of the first fur trading outposts on Great Slave Lake.
  2. Fort Resolution is a community in the Northwest Territories at the mouth of the Slave River, on the shore of Great Slave Lake, and at the end of Highway 6.
  3. It originates in Great Slave Lake, in the Northwest Territories, and flows north into the Arctic Ocean.

Yellowknife

  1. Behchoko is located on the Great Slave Highway, NWT Highway 3, on the northwest tip of Great Slave Lake, approximately 80 km northwest of Yellowknife.
  2. It flows south and empties into Yellowknife Bay, part of Great Slave Lake, at the city of Yellowknife.
  3. Introduction Most of the province's population and commercial activity is based in Yellowknife and around the Great Slave Lake.

Great Slave Lake

  1. Hay River is a community in the Northwest Territories, Canada, located on the south shore of Great Slave Lake, at the mouth of the Hay River.
  2. Crater Lake reaches a maximum depth of 1,958 feet (597 m), making it the second deepest lake in North America (after Canada 's Great Slave Lake).
  3. The city is located on the north shore of Great Slave Lake on the west side of Yellowknife Bay at the outlet of the Yellowknife River.

Categories

  1. Yellowknife
  2. Transportation > Borders > Territories > Northwest Territories
  3. North Shore
  4. South Shore
  5. Small Lake
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