Norman Wells

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Norman Wells,

village (1991 pop. 627), Northwest Territories, Canada, on the Mackenzie River, W of Great Bear Lake. It is the center of an oil region. In 1985 a pipeline to the south was completed.
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The Second World War presented aviation industry workers with an amazing variety of tasks in building the Alaska (Al-Can) Highway in 1942 (Dawson Creek, BC to Delta Junction, AK), and the Canol [Canadian-American Norman Oil Line] pipeline project in 1943 (ostensibly to carry oil from Norman Wells, Northwest Territories, to Whitehorse, Yukon, and on to Alaska).
After he obtained his Commercial Helicopter Pilot License, he worked in Norman Wells, Northwest Territories, flying around the Sahtu/Mackenzie Delta region.
At Norman Wells, Northwest Territories, Grey Wolf acquired an additional 25% interest in two exploration licences.