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Nipigon,

river, Canada: see under Nipigon, LakeNipigon, Lake
, c.1,870 sq mi (4,840 sq km), central Ont., Canada. It has many islands. Its outlet, the Nipigon River (40 mi/64 km long) flows south, past the logging town of Nipigon, into Lake Superior.
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Nipigon

 

a lake in Ontario, Canada. Area, 4,800 sq km. Surface elevation, 260 m. Lake Nipigon is of glacial and tectonic origin. It has an extremely ragged shoreline and many islands. It feeds the Nipigon River, which empties into Lake Superior.

Nipigon

Lake. a lake in central Canada, in NW Ontario, draining into Lake Superior via the Nipigon River. Area: 4843 sq. km (1870 sq. miles)
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6% in the third quarter of 2015 from the year-ago period, primarily due to Frederickson, which had increased dispatch as a result of warmer weather and reduced hydro availability in the region as compared to 2014, and Nipigon, which had a maintenance outage in the third quarter of 2014.
Construction of the new Nipigon River Bridge, which will be the first cable-stayed bridge on the provincial highway system.
One such nation is Gull Bay, with about 1,000 residents on Lake Nipigon.
7% of fish from the Mississippi River Pool 13 (IA) were hybrids, 30% of fish from Ombabika Bay, Lake Nipigon, ON, Canada, and 4.
Hockey is deeper inside my bones than the cold from a midnight skate with Joe the Ghost on Lake Nipigon.
Morrisseau was born in 1932 on the Sand Point reserve near Lake Nipigon in northern Ontario.
Up in Nipigon Country: Anthropology as a Personal Experience.
66, Duncan Cameron, "The Nipigon Country", with extracts from his journal in the Nipigon, 1804-5, (also found in the OA, photostat, MU 2198 Box 3, Item 3; and in triplicate typescript, MU 2200, Box 5 (a-c)); and Mackenzie, Voyages from Montreal, 325, Thursday, 13 June 1793.
Following Provencher's vision, Tache oversaw the opening of new missions at Lac la Biche, Lake Athabasca, and Nipigon, introducing ten Oblates and three Christian Brothers into the diocese.
Bob Seger faces an impaired-driving charge after his car ran off a road in near Nipigon, Ontario.
The company is involved in several projects including claims in the Thompson nickel belt and a joint-venture with Falconbridge to pursue a strong nickel prospect in the Lake Nipigon area of Ontario.
Its traditional community is Sand Point, on the southeastern shore of Lake Nipigon.