Back River (Thlewechodyeth, or "Great Fish River"), is a river in Canada's Nunavut territory. It rises in Sussex lake, a small body of water in 108° 20' W. and 64° 25' N., and flows with a very tortuous course northeast to an inlet of the Arctic Ocean, passing through several large lake-expansions - Pelly, Garry, MacDougall and Franklin. ...more on Wikipedia about "Back River"
Coppermine River is a river in Fort Smith and Kitikmeot regions of Nunavut in Canada. It is 525 miles (8457nbsp;kilometres) long. It rises in a small lake near Great Slave Lake and flows generally north to Coronation Gulf, an arm of the Arctic Ocean. The river freezes in winter and is unnavigable due to rapids and falls in warmer seasons. ...more on Wikipedia about "Coppermine River"
The Hood River of Nunavut, Canada is a 400 km long river draining into the Arctic Ocean from its headwaters in the interior of of Canada's tundra, close to the Northwest Territories border. In June canoeists braving the mighty river can see the migration of the caribou through the area. Musk ox and wolves are also common sights. The highlight of the river is the Wilberforce Gorge, a steep, high gorge that runs for 3 km at almost 250 feet deep. The Wilberforce Falls inside the gorge are the highest falls north of the Arctic Circle. The river empties into Arctic Sound near the town of Bathurst Inlet. ...more on Wikipedia about "Hood River (Nunavut)"
(List of Nunavut rivers) * Arctic Watershed ...more on Wikipedia about "List of Nunavut rivers"
The Mara River is a river in Nunavut which flows into the Burnside River to empty into Bathurst Inlet on the Arctic Ocean. It flows north from headwaters at Nose Lake and is 260 km in length. ...more on Wikipedia about "Mara River (Nunavut)"
The Thelon River stretches nine hundred kilometers across northern Canada. Its source is Eyeberry Lake in the Northwest Territories, and it flows east to Baker Lake in Nunavut. The Thelon ultimately drains into Hudson Bay. ...more on Wikipedia about "Thelon River"
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