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Abitibi Lake

(ăbətĭb`ē), irregularly shaped lake, c.60 mi (100 km) long, SW Que. and E Ont., Canada. It is a popular tourist area and the site of the Abitibi Game Reserve. The Abitibi River drains the lake and flows W and N to the Moose River.
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The company had been embroiled in a legal fight, led by former company president Darryl Stretch, to resume exploration drilling on a Lake Abitibi gold property.
The claims located in Steele, Purvis, Bowyer and Galna townships traverse the northern shore of Lake Abitibi approximately 80 km north of Kirkland Lake.
These boulders occur below the water level in Lake Abitibi and have no record of sampling.
Solid Gold has a wholly-owned interest in a 200-square-kilometre exploration property along the Porcupine gold trend in the Lake Abitibi region, just west of the Ontario-Quebec border.
The company declined an interview request but in a lengthy statement entitled 'Forked Tongue at Lake Abitibi,' Stretch said the province delegated its legal responsibility to consult with First Nations to a third party, his mining company, something the Crown cannot do.
In 1968, the Geological Survey of Canada began reconnaissance work in the area between Lake Abitibi and Englehart sampling many of the glacial eskers (ridges of gravels left behind by glacial runoff) in the area.
Wally Bidwell, Lake Abitibi Model Forest's projects and communications co-ordinator, says they tried to get a balance of speakers to generate good dialogue.
of Toronto has commenced a diamond-drilling program on its Lake Abitibi gold property 80 kilometres north of Kirkland Lake.
5-kilometre swath of the Lake Abitibi deformation zone, is considered by geologists as a budding new gold camp.
The Sustainable Forests Award went to the Lake Abitibi Model Forest in Cochrane for the significant impact they have on the way forests are viewed and managed in northeastern Ontario.
A Kirkland Lake provincial geologist believes there is a yet-to-be a discovered gold camp in the Lake Abitibi area that is strikingly similar to deposits found in Timmins and Kirkland Lake.
In particular, he is concentrating his focus of study on a fault known as the Lake Abitibi deformation zone.