Champlain Lake


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Cham·plain

 (shăm-plān′), Lake
A lake of northeast New York, northwest Vermont, and southern Quebec, Canada. It was the site of important battles in the French and Indian War, the American Revolution, and the War of 1812. The region has many popular resorts.
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Last year, CTV used Mattawa River Resort as a backdrop to film its crime series "Cardinal," while this past summer, famed Canadian angling guru Bob Izumi spent a week at the resort fishing Champlain Lake for an episode of his TV show.

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