Beaulieu River, District of Mackenzie, Northwest Territories

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Cameron River and Beaulieu River volcanic belts of the Archean Yellowknife Supergroup, District of Mackenzie, Northwest Territories.

[Ottawa]: Energy, Mines and Resources Canada, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: M B Lambert. Michelle takes you on an 1, kilometre journey that with good weather and moderate mileage, will take you a minimum of 48 days to complete – assuming you start in Hay River on Great Slave Lake in the Northwest Territories and finish in Tuktoyaktuk on the Arctic Ocean.

A heavily laden canoe on the Mackenzie River. Although this book is a. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.

YELLOWKNIFE (December 3, ) – A new book documents the history of the Mackenzie River, the people of the region and the crossing at Fort Providence. Bridging the Dehcho explores the ancient history of the region and describes the arrival of Sir Alexander Mackenzie, the fur traders and describes the construction of the Mackenzie Highway and tells the stories.

PDF | On May 1,V.A. Jackson and others published Geology of a volcanogenic massive sulphide Showing, southern Fenton Lake, Northwest Territories (NTS 85I/15) | Find, read and cite all the.

Northwest Territories. Geological Survey of Canada. Paper3. Robert B.

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Rowe, Pegmatitic mineral deposits of the Yellowknife-Beaulieu region. Northwest Territories. Geological Survey of Canada.

Paper4. Richard W. Hutchinson. Regional zonation of pegmatites near Ross Lake, District of Mackenzie, Northwest Territories. Samples for the analysis of δ 32 SO 4 and δS 18 O 4 were collected from the Mackenzie River at the Arctic Red River, at a site that was proximate to the Water Survey of Canada/Environment Canada sampling location.

Samples were collected during spring high flow (9 June ) mid-summer (22 July ) and in the winter (16 April ). Beaulieu River area (82) Begadeh J, 40km SE of Tulita (36) Behchoko and Gameti's Sewage Lagoon and Community Landfill (24) Belot Creek (25) Between Ingraham Trail bypass route and Ski Club (16) Bid Parcel 2-surveying (1) Big Rock along the Mackenzie River (2) Big Sky Property (30) Big Smith Creek (61) Billy Creek km (37) Birch Creek (29).

The following is from the book “Mid Snow and Ice” by Father Duchausois, O.M.I. “Patriarch Francois Beaulieu remembered the days, as he told the missionaries, for he was around 18 years of age when his father Francois Beaulieu guided Alexander Mackenzie down the Mackenzie River to the Arctic in and again guided the same Alexander.

Even better: "Our Metis Heritage a portrayal," by the Metis Association of the Northwest Territories, "Francois Beaulieu (Old Man Beaulieu) () -- Francois Beaulieu was born around His father Francois Beaulieu was one of the guides who accompanied Alexander Mackenzie down the river to the Arctic Ocean in and four.

Only the ferries crossing the McKenzie allow a traveler to experience the immensity of this river. I just finished a week long jet boat tour of some of the northern sections of the McKenzie 5/54 TripAdvisor reviews.

Location: Beaulieu River, North Slave Region, the Northwest Territories. Type of mine and ore: Open pit gold mine.

Owner(s): Beaulieu Yellowknife Mines Limited. “Mineral Industry of the District of Mackenzie ”. Geological Survey of Canada, Paper & Byrne, N.

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W., (), Report on the Property of Camlaren Mines Limited. Kamineni, D.C.: Petrology and geochemistry of some Archean metamorphic rocks near Yellowknife, District of Mackenzie. Ph.D thesis, University of Ottawa () Google Scholar Kamineni, D.C.: Variation in the distortion index of cordierite east of the Sparrow Lake granite pluton, District of Mackenzie.

e-books and guides. and much has come from Great Slave Lake in the Northwest Territories, the deepest body of water in all of North America. The Mackenzie River. The Northwest Territories extends for more than 1, km 2 (, sq mi) and has a large climate variant from south to north.

The southern part of the territory (most of the mainland portion) has a subarctic climate, while the islands and northern coast have a polar climate. Summers in the north are short and cool, daytime highs of 14–17 degrees Celsius (57–63 °F), and lows of 1. Northwest Territories Canoeing Regions.

Mackenzie River, Hay River to Tuktoyaktuk via Bear Lake: Towns: Store generall: Great S: 1, km: 49 days: Parent - Coppermine: Copp: Parent Beaulieu River to Great Slave Lake: Access: km: 10 days: Cameron River to Prelude Lake.

In this study, we report key paleopoles for the Ga northwest- to north-northwest-trending Indin dyke swarm (36°N, 76°W, A95 = 7°) and the Ga northeast- to north-northeast.

Arctic Red River. Blake was Chief for the Arctic Red River Band. Political career. Blake ran for public office in the Northwest Territories general election as a candidate in the Mackenzie Delta electoral district. The election was hotly contested due to the opening created by incumbent speaker David Krutko stepping down.

Blake defeated four other candidates, including former Northwest. The Slave Province, located in the Northwest Territories and Nunavut, Canada, is a relatively small Archaean craton, approximately km × km in size ().Plutonic suites, linear greenstone belts, and a variety of sedimentary successions comprise the ca.

– Ga (Bowring et al.,van Breemen et al.,Isachsen and Bowring,Bennett et al., ) Slave Province. The book edited by Elliott Coues and titled New Light on the Early History of the Greater Northwest, says in a footnote that: “Beaulieu is a very old name in these annals.

A half-breed family of that name was found on Slave R when the N.W. first reached it, in or aboutshowing prior presence of the French so far as this. The Arctic Ocean sees less and less summer ice, and the Northwest Passage is now open, but shipping is still complicated and dangerous.

The barge season is longer, but fall storms have increased in strength, as well as summer thunderstorms. Low water levels on the Mackenzie River have forced shipment cancellations, and worse, damaged tugs and. The District of Mackenzie was a regional administrative district of Canada's Northwest district consisted of the portion of the Northwest Territories directly north of British Columbia, Alberta, and Saskatchewan on Canada's mainland.

Along with the District of Keewatin and the District of Franklin, it was one of the last remaining districts of the old Northwest Territories.

Łutselkʼe [pronunciation?] ("place of the Łutsel", the cisco, a type of small fish), also spelt Łutsel Kʼe, is a "designated authority" in the North Slave Region of the Northwest Territories, community is located on the south shore near the eastern end of Great Slave Lake and until 1 Julyit was known as Snowdrift, as the community lies near the mouth of the Snowdrift River.

Geological Survey of Canada, Paper3. Robert B. Rowe, Pegmatitic mineral deposits of the Yellowknife-Beaulieu region, Northwest Territories.

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Geological Survey of Canada, Paper4. Richard W. Hutchinson, Regional zonation of pegmatites near Ross Lake, District of Mackenzie, Northwest Territories. Print book: National government publication: EnglishView all editions and formats: Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first.

Subjects: Geology -- Northwest Territories -- Mackenzie. Geology. Northwest Territories -- Mackenzie. More like this: Similar Items. Davidson, A.: Metamorphism and intrusion in the Benjamin Lake map-area, Northwest Territories. thesis, University of British Columbia () Google Scholar. Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more.

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Report on investigations: Mackenzie River archaeological survey. [James F V Millar; Gloria J Fedirchuk] -- Results of the Mackenzie River Archaeological Project.

This category is for stub articles relating to the geography of the Northwest Territories, can help by expanding them. To add an article to this category, use. The Beaulieu River (/ ˈ b juː l i / BEW-lee), formerly known as the River Exe, is a small river draining much of the central New Forest in Hampshire, southern river has many small upper branches and its farthest source is 8 miles (13 km) from its 4 miles (6 km)-long tidal estuary.

Unusually, the river, including its bed, is owned by Lord Montagu of Beaulieu.Mr. Speaker, the Mackenzie Valley Winter Road continues to serve our territory as a seasonal solution to community resupply and economic development.

Today, this road is more important than ever as industry prepares to tap into the enormous resource potential in the Mackenzie Valley. Increased traffic along the Mackenzie Valley winter road due to industry activities means.Pleistocene Montane Glaciations in the Mackenzie Mountains, Northwest Territories.

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