Back River


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Back River

n
(Placename) a river in N Canada, flowing northeast through Nunavut to the Arctic Ocean. Length: about 966 km (600 miles)
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[SBB-TSX] which is developing the 100%-owned Back River gold project in Nunavut.
Sabina Gold & Silver Corp is pleased to announce that the Goose Site has been successfully opened and crews are drilling at the Goose Property on its 100%-owned Back River gold project ( Back River or the Project ) in Nunavut, Canada.
Conclusion Looks open to further progress, but has to concede weight all round and I'd rather back River Glades each-way.
Closer to Baltimore, Hart-Miller Island near the Back River has seen more than 1,100 acres restored and is now a state park.
(https://patch.com/maryland/belair/3-counties-under-severe-thunderstorm-warning-maryland) Patch.com reported that several places including Baltimore, Columbia, Pikesville, Middle River, Elkridge, Damascus, Millers Island, North Point State Park, Sparrows Point, Back River, Glen Burnie, Ellicott City, Dundalk, Towson, Catonsville, Essex, Woodlawn, Randallstown, Parkville and Eldersburg will experience floods in the coming hours.
Hudson, former director of the Chewonki Foundation, lives in Arrowsic, about 7 miles downstream from the former power plant on the Back River.
Noche De Reyes was conceding more than two stone on that occasion so it is little wonder he could not peg back River Purple once that one got his head in front.
Utkuhiksalingmiut is a Canadian Arctic dialect spoken by three Inuit groups who used to inhabit the lower reaches of the Back River, in the southeastern part of the Kitikmeot region of Nunavut.
Sabina Gold & Silver reported the results of second feasibility study of its Back River gold project in Nunavut, Canada.
The company's primary properties include the Back River Gold Project, the Wishbone Claims and the Hackett River silver royalty, all located in Nunavut, Canada.
Mid-continent whitefronts nest from Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta and Point Barrow in central and northern Alaska, across the Old Crow Flats and Lower Mackenzie River to the shores of the Bering Sea and on to the east in some of the most remote landscapes in the New World--Coronation Gulf, Victoria Island, the drainage of the Back River and Chesterfield Inlet on the northwestern edge of Hudson Bay.