Keewatin


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Keewatin:

see PrecambrianPrecambrian,
name of a major division of geologic time (see Geologic Timescale, table), from c.5 billion to 570 million years ago. It is now usually divided into the Archean and Proterozoic eons. Precambrian time includes 80% of the earth's history.
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Keewatin

[kē¦wät·ən]
(geology)
A division of the Archeozoic rocks of the Canadian Shield.

Keewatin

a former administrative district of the Northwest Territories of Canada stretching from the district of Mackenzie to Hudson Bay; became part of Nunavut in 1999: mostly tundra.
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This move has resulted in the name change of Keewatin Windpower to 'Sky Harvest Windpower Corporation'.
I began to list them off--her father, Andy Keewatin, of course, Tom Tanguay, Dave Assin, Joe and Steve Loon, Robert Land, Ed Hyacinth, Jim Swain, Mathew Beaver and a dozen others who a long time ago had treated a greenhorn with patience and good humour.
Keewatin Meat & Fish, Ltd., owned by the Nunavut Development Corporation, produces wild caribou meat.
There are three districts within the Keewatin region.
Steel company United States Steel (NYSE:X) said on Thursday that it will temporarily idle its Minnesota Ore Operations at the Keetac plant in Keewatin, Minnesota with effect from 13 May due to its current inventory levels and ongoing adjustment of its steelmaking operations throughout North America to match customer demand.
Collings was consecrated the seventh bishop of the Anglican diocese of Keewatin in 1991, at the age of 52.
"I noticed there was a lot of clear-cutting on my trapline, and pretty soon it was coming right down to the river," recalls Keewatin as he reflects on launching his legal challenge in 2005.
Sheila Muskqua-Keewatin is a business owner with the Keewatin Group.
The Lands Trusts and Services (LTS) pilot project is jointly funded by the Assembly of First Nations and Indian and Northern Affairs Canada (INAC) and is a partnership between SCTC, INAC and Keewatin Community College in The Pas.
Harper realized a dream of more than 30 years in 1947, when he undertook a biological reconnaissance of the Nueltin Lake area in the southern Keewatin. The expedition was supported by the United States Office of Naval Research, with funds administered through the Arctic Institute of North America.
This air ambulance service is a division of the established Keewatin Air - a 14 year-old air transport company.
Transport Canada does provide subsidies for track maintenance and operating expenses to the Keewatin Railway Company in northern Manitoba and Tshiuetin Transportation, running between Quebec and Labrador.