Kootenay


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Kootenay

, Kootenai
a river in W North America, rising in SE British Columbia and flowing south into NW Montana, then north into Idaho before re-entering British Columbia, broadening into Kootenay Lake, then flowing to the Columbia River. Length: 655 km (407 miles)

Kootenay

 

a lake in Canada in the Rocky Mountains, between the Purcell and Nelson ranges; created by a dam. Length, 100 km; width, 1.5–6 km; area, 435 sq km. The Kootenai River flows through the lake.

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CLAC believes that by training and putting Aboriginal people to work, we are helping to build stronger families, better communities, and in turn, a better Canada," said Kootenay.
One of the most interesting is the historic church in Fort Steele, a settlement born during the Kootenay gold rush in 1864.
He felt that the fishery at Kootenay Lake, in southeastern British Columbia, was not reaching its full potential, and he had an idea how to enhance it.
While they were sitting there, a Kootenay brought Healy's horse and said in sign language that it belonged to him.
With their knobbly wheels, high-tech suspensions and frames, mountain bikes have become a popular way to enjoy--both scenically and kinetically--the mountainscapes of the sparsely populated West Kootenay.
At one time, the building served as a residential school, taking in Native children from the Okanagan and Kootenay regions.
KOOTENAY SCHOOL OF MINISTRY provides ministry training for everyone.
Or if they have something in their school division maybe regarding children with high needs, then they would invite us to attend," Kootenay told the St.
Kootenay Gold, Inc (TSX V: KTN), a Canada-based company that explores for mineral resources, has announced drill results from 16 holes at the Promontorio Silver Discovery located in Sonora State, Mexico.

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