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Arrow Lakes,

two expansions of the Columbia River, S British Columbia, Canada. Both lie in narrow valleys bounded by mountain ranges and are noted for their beauty. Upper Arrow Lake has an area of 88 sq mi (228 sq km); Lower Arrow Lake is 59 sq mi (153 sq km). Arrowhead is at the head of the upper lake.
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The lands include agricultural properties within the City of Kelowna, private property on the eastern shores of Lower Arrow Lake, and Crown land located east of Kelowna adjacent to lands held by Westbank First Nation at Medicine Hill.
Staff at Creston consulted with staff at the Hill Creek Hatchery operated by the British Columbia Ministry of the Environment, a mitigation hatchery near Upper Arrow Lake.
This new recreational development offers residents luxuriously appointed condos with classic mountain-lodge architecture, located on Lower Arrow Lake, 15 minutes from the beautiful city of Castlegar in British Columbia.
The resort sits on the edge of Lower Arrow Lake, a crystal clear body of water ideal for water sports and world-class fishing.
Schuylkill County - $79,000 for work at Sweet Arrow Lake County Park.
Schuylkill County - $65,000 for work at the county fairgrounds and Sweet Arrow Lake County Park.
Provider of intelligent video solutions to Air Navigation Service Providers (ANSPs) and airports Searidge Technologies on Thursday announced that the Arrow Lakes Hospital Emergency Medical Center in Naksup, British Columbia has deployed its Weather Information System.
The Weather Information System is being deployed at the hospital's local airport in an effort to increase safety and reduce costs of emergency air medical operations in the Arrow Lakes region.
Lawrence Seaway; the Arrow Lakes and the damming of the Columbia; hydrogen sulfide and the production of heavy water on the shoreline of the Great Lakes; and the E.
Another "find" of this trip was the village of Nakusp, in the Kootenays, which lies on the stunning Arrow Lakes and has a bower-strewn promenade along the lakeside with mountains all around.
The terms of the agreement allowed the Army Corps of Engineers to operate Libby for fish flow purposes, and in return, BCH obtained additional flexibility in the way in which it operated the Arrow Lakes storage behind Keenleyside.
There was another Ktunaxa Indian Reserve near Burton called the Arrow Lakes Indian Reserve, but because of a forced move, it is now nonexistent.