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 (nĭp′ĭ-gŏn′), Lake
A lake of southwest-central Ontario, Canada, north of Lake Superior. It is a popular resort center.
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(Placename) Lake Nipigon a lake in central Canada, in NW Ontario, draining into Lake Superior via the Nipigon River. Area: 4843 sq km (1870 sq miles)
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(ˈnɪp ɪˌgɒn)

Lake, a lake in SW Ontario, in S central Canada. ab. 1870 sq. mi. (4845 sq. km).
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The neighbouring towns of Beardmore and Nipigon provide ample housing, personnel and supplies.
In late January, the Ontario government announced it was providing $27 million toward the construction of a liquefied natural gas (LNG) plant in Nipigon with designs on delivering a new fuel alternative to homeowners and businesses in communities struggling with onerous energy costs.
Photos courtesy of Camp Manito-wish and Lake Nipigon, Boulder Junction, Wisconsin.
His dissertation dealt with the Logan diabase sills of the Thunder Bay-Lake Nipigon area of Ontario and was supervised by W.W.
In contrast, the offshore-oriented surface current in Lake Superior's northwest corner is likely driven by the significant (300-400 [m.sup.3] [s.sup.-1]) inflow from the Nipigon River.
Crafted by a First Nations boy north of Lake Nipigon, the little wooden man and canoe--"Please put me back in the water.
Chacaby spent her first two years with an adoptive French family before her formidable kokum (grandmother), Leliilah, traveled to Thunder Bay to bring her home to Ombabika, a remote Ojibwa community near Lake Nipigon in Northern Ontario.
The Township of Nipigon, Ont., recently withdrew from the site-selection process with the Nuclear Waste Management Organization, which is searching for a place to store the waste in a secure underground repository.
Through his tireless research, and the help of IGFA Representative Mark Melnyk and Nipigon, Ontario resident Rob Swainson, the IGFA has now set the record straight on the details of Cook's catch, and even has a photo of Cook and his historic catch.
The Hollings then continued north following the shoreline of Lake Superior as far as a river leading to Nipigon, Ontario.
Harkness and Dymond (1961) depicted weight-length curves for sturgeon from Lake Nipigon and Lake St.