Athabaska


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Athabaska

, Athabasca
1. Lake. a lake in W Canada, in NW Saskatchewan and NE Alberta. Area: about 7770 sq. km (3000 sq. miles)
2. a river in W Canada, rising in the Rocky Mountains and flowing northeast to Lake Athabaska. Length: 1230 km (765 miles)
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(37.) Larkin, 'Pontoporeia and Mysis in Athabaska, Great Bear and Great Slave Lakes', Journal of the Fisheries Resource Board of Canada (hereafter, JFRBC) 78 (1948): 1-33.
When Connolly went to Athabaska, in 1803, he found the Indian usages as they had existed for ages, unchanged by European power or Christian legislation.
Though his Elliot Lake project is not nearly as high grade as Saskatchewan's white-hot Athabaska Basin, the grades are decent enough with world uranium prices up 57 per cent since the beginning of 2007.
One Canadian junior worth watching is Bayswater Uranium Corp., a uranium exploration company with diverse holdings in three of Canada's major uranium producing and explorations regions; the Athabaska Basin of Saskatchewan, the Central Mineral Belt of Labrador and the Thelon Basin spanning portions of Nunavut and the Northwest Territories.
to Lake Athabaska and Lake Winnipeg and then to the Great Lakes for bulk water exports to the U.S.
Exceptional distribution is observed in deposit systems that appear to be truly exceptional in size and scale, and must reflect extreme events in the Earth, like meteoritic impacts (Ni-Cu in Sudbury: Naldrett 2004; possible U in Athabaska: Duhamel et al.
For the past seven years Golosky and Carol, his wife of 37 years, have operated a fishing lodge in northern Saskatchewan called Indian Head Camp on Lake Athabaska. It is a fly-in camp, one-hour by air from Fort McMurray, and Golosky goes to it every weekend that he can.
From serving as the chief financial officer for the $2.5 billion Sable Offshore Energy Project off the coast of Nova Scotia, to taking up the financial reins of the $6.0 billion Athabaska Oil Sands Project in northern Alberta, CMA Canada's Board chair has plenty of experience in guiding organizations through challenging times.
Thompson a ddarganfu'r ffordd dros y Mynyddoedd Creigiog (YRockies) trwy Fwlch yr Athabaska. Ef hefyd oedd y cyntaf i deithio'r holl ffordd o darddiad Afon Columbia i'w haber yn y Mor Tawel.
A son, also Simon Fraser, was apprenticed to the North West Company in 1792 and by 1801 he was a partner in the firm stationed in the Athabaska District.
(28.) "New Gold Strike Made in Athabaska Lake Area," Regina Leader-Post, 4 April 1935, 1; "A Search for Gold in Saskatchewan," Regina Leader-Post, 23 April 1935, 4; "Mining Activity in Goldfields Area of Lake Athabasca," Regina Leader-Post, 3 January 1936, 3; "Complaint in Goldfields," Regina Leader-Post, 13 January 1936, 3; "Province Turns to Gold in North for Development," Regina Leader-Post, 6 February 1936, 1.
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