Baker Lake


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Baker Lake,

c.1,000 sq mi (2,590 sq km), Nunavut Territory, Canada, W of Chesterfield Inlet of Hudson Bay. It has a post of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police at its western end.
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By porting to the Baker Lake platform, Morega continues to be at the forefront of providing consumers with solutions for having the content that matters always at hand," said Buddy Snow, President and CEO, Morega Systems Inc.
The new Lake Shannon collector, anchored just above Lower Baker Dam, largely mirrors the successful Baker Lake version.
Nunavut Sue MacIsaac Community Services Librarian Nunavut Public Library Services PO Box 270 Baker Lake NU X0C 0A0 Tel: 867 793-3350 Fax: 867 793-3360 smacisaac@gov.
Mark Jilk, Whatcom County Sheriff's Department search and rescue coordinator deputy, reported that about 25 volunteers from Skagit and Whatcom counties searched Tuesday on the lower areas of the Heliotrope Ridge on the west side of the mountain; and on the lower Easton Glacier on the south, Baker Lake side.
Marion Tuu'luq (1910-2002), an internationally recognized textile artist from Baker Lake, Nunavut, known for her appliqued and embroidered works on cloth, became fascinated with the beadwork she saw on Inuit parkas worn in other regions and from earlier generations.
Bayswater Uranium updated investors on its North Thelon project located northwest of Baker Lake in Nunavut.
Arctic char, and I have a chunk in front of me, blackened like the faces on the stiff logs, once people, being unloaded from the plane at Baker Lake, in the Northwest Territories, as the area was then called.
The next day, on the moderately challenging climb to pine-edged Baker Lake, I didn't see anyone else, period.
Who among us couldn't help but chuckle at the story out of Washington state last week about the black bear passed out on the lawn of Baker Lake Resort - surrounded by dozens of empty beer cans?
In Images Tell the Stories: Thread Has a Life of Its Own, wall hangings by female Inuit textile artists from Baker Lake, Nunavut, were paired with wall hangings created by tribal, Muslim, and Hindu women artists from the Indian states of Bihar and Jharkhand.
When state Fish and Wildlife agents recently found a black bear passed out on the lawn of Baker Lake Resort, there were some clues scattered nearby--dozens of empty cans of Rainier Beer.
Lisa Broxson, of the Baker Lake Resort in Washington State in the US, said: 'He drank the Rainier beer and wouldn't drink the Busch beer.