Mattagami

Mattagami

(mətăg`əmē), river, 275 mi (443 km) long, rising in the lake district, E Ont., Canada, SW of Timmins, flowing N to join the Missinaibi River, with which it forms the Moose River.
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Holyk had worked in New Brunswick, where some large deposits of that type had been discovered, and had concluded that similar opportunities might occur in the Abitibi region of Ontario and Quebec, stretching from Timmins to Mattagami.
Amand, "I Wanted a Career, Not a Job": First Nations and MAaAaAeA@tis Employment in the Constructi of the Lower Mattagami River Project (Hamilton: Moose Cree First Nation, 2015), 86; Kilibarda, Constructing Toronto, 19.
It will come as welcome news to Mattagami First Nation, which had expressed concern about the corridor work infringing on their moose hunting territory.
The long-term financing of the 16 MW Yellow Falls hydroelectric power station located on the Mattagami River in Yellow Falls near the town of Smooth Rock Falls in Ontario is provided by Canada Life Insurance Company, Great West Life Insurance Company, and London Life Insurance Company for a total amount of USD74.
The popular three-day event features paddling competitions, demonstrations, food, music, childrens activities, fireworks and even a stunt show on the Mattagami River
The statement comes after a second oil spill on Mattagami First Nation territory, the third CN derailment in northern Ontario in less than a month, and the second near the First Nation community within three weeks.
Their route along "the river" (which is never named in the novel) likely begins at the railway line at Kapuskasing and follows the Kapuskasing and Mattagami Rivers to the Moose.
Instead, women were dispersed in several of the hotels in the central business area, and more commonly in shacks along the Mattagami River outside the town boundaries.
The deal will allow El Condor to acquire Quetzal's interest in the Horden Lake Property, a copper-nickel property with precious metal credits located in the Province of Quebec, around 200 kilometres north of Mattagami, Quebec.
1994, Rare-earth mineralogy and geochemistry of the Mattagami lake volcanogenic massive sulfide deposit, Quebec, Canad.
Upgrades to the Mattagami Wastewater Treatment Plant will begin as soon as possible, now that council has awarded the engineering contract to Genivar.
The new units will be used for the project stations Little Long, Harmon, and Kipling on the Lower Mattagami River, which are planned to supply green energy to the Canadian grid as of June 2014.