Baker Lake


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Baker Lake

A lake of southern Nunavut, Canada, near Chesterfield Inlet, an arm of Hudson Bay.

Ba′ker Lake′


n.
a lake in the Northwest Territories, in N Canada. 975 sq. mi. (2525 sq. km).
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Jacques Prud'Homme, President of Nolinor Aviation, said, "We are already transporting Agnico Eagle's workers and cargo to its Meadowbank open-pit gold mine near Baker Lake.
Arctic char, and I have a chunk in front of me, blackened like the faces on the stiff logs, once people, being unloaded from the plane at Baker Lake, in the Northwest Territories, as the area was then called.
Lake Whatcom, Baker Lake and Ross Lake offer multiple opportunities for water recreation.
If approved, the mine will be located 80 kilometers west of the Inuit community of Baker Lake.
Les membres du Comite special sont : George Hickes, depute d'Iqaluit-Tasiluk, Paul Quassa, depute d'Aggu et ministre de l'Education, Pat Angnakak, depute d'Iqaluit-Niaqunnguu, Simeon Mikkungwak, depute de Baker Lake, ainsi que Joe Savikataaq, depute d'Arviat Sud.
She attended the University of Calgary, the first person from her remote community of Baker Lake, Nunavut, to go to university.
This large and isolated tract of land lies between Great Slave Lake and Baker Lake in the old district of Keewatin.
Dejaeger was sentenced to five years in prison in 1989 for sexual assaults in Baker Lake, Nunavut.
The following year he would build a canoe of willows covered with canvas and paddle down to Baker Lake.
8g/mt the mine is dependent on sealift by barge from Hudson Bay to Baker Lake for the transport of bulk supplies and heavy equipment and already contributes 15% of the territory's GDP.
Exploration has led the company further north where it has established a base and a spin off entity at Baker Lake, Nunavut called Forest North Aviation & Logistics, an Inuit joint-venture with business partner and contractor, Peter Tapatai, who runs a fuel expediting business there.