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(Placename) a former administrative district of the Northwest Territories of Canada stretching from the district of Mackenzie to Hudson Bay; became part of Nunavut in 1999: mostly tundra


(kiˈweɪt n)

a district in the Northwest Territories, in N Canada. 228,160 sq. mi. (590,935 sq. km).
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We overcossed Keewatin liners, small and cramped; but their captains, who see no land between Trepassy and Lanco, know what gold they bring back from West Erica.
The milestone G1000 was installed by Elliott Aviation in Moline, Illinois in a King Air B200 operated by Keewatin Air, a long-time Garmin customer.
Magnetation owns three iron ore concentrate plants located in Keewatin, MN, Bovey, MN and Grand Rapids, MN and a 3m metric tonne per year iron ore pellet plant in Reynolds, IN.
Transport Canada does provide subsidies for track maintenance and operating expenses to the Keewatin Railway Company in northern Manitoba and Tshiuetin Transportation, running between Quebec and Labrador.
Mathias Colomb and other First Nation communities in the north already run the Keewatin Railway Company, a shorter rail line purchased in 2006 with more than $6 million from the federal and Manitoba governments.
The company recovers high-quality iron ore concentrate from previously abandoned iron ore waste stockpiles and tailings basins on northern Minnesota's Iron Range and owns iron ore concentrate plants in Keewatin, Bovey, and Grand Rapids, Minnesota, and an iron ore pellet plant in Reynolds, Indiana.
Magnetation LLC owns three iron ore concentrate plants located in Keewatin, MN, Bovey, MN and Grand Rapids, MN, and a 3.
Collings was consecrated the seventh bishop of the Anglican diocese of Keewatin in 1991, at the age of 52.
The event will be held at the Philippine Canadian Centre of Manitoba at 737 Keewatin Street near the intersection of Keewatin and Burrows.
Health Canada alleges the pharmacy's former owners, the Keewatin Yatthe Regional Health Authority, blocked the auditors' attempts to review financial records.
Jim grew up and died in Keewatin among the woods and lakes of northern Ontario.
From 1921 to 1925, Blanchet carried out numerous exploratory surveys in the Mackenzie and Keewatin districts of the Northwest Territories.