Kootenay Lake

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Kootenay Lake,

Canada: see KootenaiKootenai
, river, 407 mi (655 km) long, rising in the Rocky Mts., SE British Columbia, Canada. It flows S into NW Montana, NW through N Idaho, then N into Canada. There it flows through Kootenay Lake (64 mi/103 km long; 191 sq mi/495 sq km), an expansion of the river, before
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, river.
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He packed the cans in ice and taxied them over the continental divide to Kootenay Lake, British Columbia, where he released the shrimp (Figure 1).
BC Hydro argued that this change in operation of Libby was a breach of the CRT, which caused power generation losses to BCH on the Kootenay River downstream of Kootenay Lake. While the dispute almost went to arbitration under the terms of the CRT, in the end, the two entities were able to reach an agreement.
Set between the Selkirk and Purcell mountains, on Kootenay Lake's west shore and alongside the Kaslo River, Kaslo vies for top honours in any pageant of British Columbia's beauty spots.
The Kootenai River originates in British Columbia, Canada, flows south into northwest Montana and Idaho, then flows north into Canada where it enters Kootenay Lake and eventually the Columbia River.
Nelson's business district and residential neighborhoods rise like stadium seating above the West Arm of Kootenay Lake. For a largely working-class town of 9,700 people, Nelson is surprisingly bohemian.
A study to assess the migration and spawning pattems of the bull trout, as well as sizes and population of the fish in the upper and lower Duncan River system and Kootenay Lake, is half complete.
President, Kootenay Lake Historical Society, Kaslo, BC
When I was about three years old and living in Kaslo, a little hamlet on the western shore of Kootenay Lake in southern B.C., my mother and I would take trips up the lake on the old CPR sternwheeler, the Moyie.
Fleming was born in Kootenay Lake, B.C., and in 1938 began a 45-year career as a reporter with the Nelson Daily News.
In the early 1960s, the diminutive kokanee of Kootenay Lake began a radical transformation.

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