Nelson River


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Nelson River

A river of Manitoba, Canada, flowing about 645 km (400 mi) generally north and northeast from Lake Winnipeg to Hudson Bay. The river was long an important route for fur traders.
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Critical evidence found last week when police discovered items directly linked to the suspects on the shoreline of the Nelson River helped locate the bodies, MacLatchy said.
SARABAND'S SELECTIONS TODAY CHELTENHAM: 12.40 Nelson River, 1.15 Kildisart, 1.50 Siruh Du Lac, 2.25 Frodon (Nap), 3.00 Birchdale, 3.35 Aux Ptits Soins, 4.10 Our Merlin.
Topspeed Dave Edwards Nelson River 12.40 Cheltenham Has won both starts over hurdles including a course-anddistance success six weeks ago and can complete a sparkling hat-trick.
SARABAND'S SELECTIONS CHELTENHAM: 12.40 Nelson River, 1.15 Kildisart, 1.50 Siruh Du Lac, 2.25 Frodon (Nap), 3.00 Birchdale, 3.35 Aux Ptits Soins, 4.10 Our Merlin.
Nelson River can enhance his claims for the JCB Triumph Hurdle in the trial for the juvenile championship.
Nelson River maintained his unbeaten record since switching codes after staying on powerfully to take the JCB Triumph Trial Juvenile Hurdle.
| Nelson River ridden by Harry Bannister on their way to victory in the JCB Triumph Trial Juvenile Hurdle at Cheltenham yesterday.
When Manitoba Hydro put up the bid for the Keeyask Generating Station on the lower Nelson River in northern Manitoba, it knew the job site would be extremely remote, about 110 miles northeast of Thompson, Manitoba.
The Nelson River flows about 644 km (400 miles) from Lake Winnipeg
In 1682 in the employ of the Compagnie, Radisson and Des Groseilliers established a trading post near the mouth of the Nelson River. Soon after, a rival group from the HBC arrived and was captured.
The bridge, thrown across the Nelson River during the Second World War, is part of the only southern access road for the Horn River natural gas fields in northeast B.C.
The company has received the contract to construct the Keeyask Generating Station on the lower Nelson River in northern Manitoba, Canada.

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