Ogoki

Ogoki

(ōgō`kē), river, c.300 mi (480 km) long, rising in lakes W of Lake Nipigon, W central Ont., Canada, and flowing NE to the Albany River. A dam at Waboose Rapids forms a reservoir (45 mi/72 km long), which drains to the south into Lake Nipigon.
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That's why the signing of a joint venture agreement with Buchanan in late June with Agoke Lumber Limited Partnership (an arm of the development corporation) to supply the mill with fibre from the Ogoki Forest was regarded as "groundbreaking."
The journey to his home of Ogoki Post was 1,000 kilometres.
The bureaucracy is confusing as our hunters could be in 1 of 5 Wildlife Management Units (17, 18A, 18B, 19 or 2lA) or in 1 of 4 Forest Management Units (Ogoki, Lake Nipigon, Armstrong, or Kenogami Forest).
Kimberly-Clark, which makes Kleenex brand products, promised that it will no longer purchase pulp from the three-million-hectare Kenogami and Ogoki forests in Northern Ontario unless strict ecological criteria are met.
Earlier this year, the organization photographed huge stockpiles of lumber they claim were cut from Ontario's ecologically valuable Ogoki Forest.
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Bell estimates logging contractors could harvest between 400,000 and 500,000 cubic metres of fibre from the Ogoki Forest, which would be sold to Nakina Lumber Inc.
Aroland, Eabametoong and Marten Falls First Nations have signed a forest tenure agreement on the Ogoki Forest in northwestern Ontario.