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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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On January 10, 2016, the Nipigon River Bridge was unexpectedly closed to traffic due to an issue with the tie-down connection on the northwest corner of the bridge.
Cook set off into the Lake Nipigon Forest Reserve in July of 1915 for several days.
They can even visit a "Paddle-to-the Sea" theme park in Nipigon, Ontario.
According to police reports in Canada, the group of cyclists were travelling eastbound on the highway near Nipigon when the Booths were struck by an eastbound pickup truck.
During his latter tenure he concentrated on woodland caribou studies in the Lake Nipigon area of Northwestern Ontario.
5m hectares of forest stretching from Lake Nipigon to Quetico Provincial Park.
My mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother were Status Indians from Sandpoint First Nations, just north of Nipigon, Ont.
of Dublin, Ontario near Nipigon, to complete the project which will include replacing the concrete deck, sidewalks, parapet walls, and street lighting, repairing girders, piers and abutments and relocating utilities with new ductwork on the south side of the bridge.
The world record brook trout of 34-1/2 inches and 14-1/2 pounds was caught in Ontario's Nipigon River in 1915.
One such nation is Gull Bay, with about 1,000 residents on Lake Nipigon.
The study area included the communities of Detah, Fort Providence, Rae Edzo, Fort Resolution, and Hay River in the Northwest Territories, and Kenora, Marathon, Red Lake, Atikokan, Sioux Lookout, Geraldton, and Nipigon in northwestern Ontario.
Hockey is deeper inside my bones than the cold from a midnight skate with Joe the Ghost on Lake Nipigon.