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  • List of lakes of Canada - Wikipedia

    This is a list of lakes of Canada with an area larger than 1,000 km 2 (390 sq mi). Canadian lakes larger than 1,000 km 2 (390 sq mi) Rank Lake Area ... Great Bear Lake:

  • Great Lakes - Wikipedia

    The Great Lakes (French: ... According to the bi-national (U.S. and Canadian) resource book, The Great Lakes: An Environmental Atlas and Resource Book: ...

  • Canadian Lakes - Lakes in Canada

    Canadian Lakes. Read about the scenic lakes in Canada, including scenic Lake Louise, the Great Lakes, and other freshwater lakes worth your time to see.

  • Great Lakes - The Canadian Encyclopedia

    History, politics, arts, science & more: the Canadian Encyclopedia is your reference on Canada. Articles, timelines & resources for teachers, students & public.

  • Great Lakes - Environment and Climate Change Canada

    Environment Canada plays a significant role in science, governance and taking action to restore and protect the Great Lakes.

  • Environment and Climate Change Canada - Water - Lakes

    General information on lakes including the world's largest and the Great Lakes. Skip to main content; Skip to "About this site" ... Canadian lakes, ...

  • 39 best images about Great Canadian Lakes on Pinterest ...

    Collection of all of the lakes, bodies of water and oceans in Canada. Share your favourite pictures of Canadian waters. | See more about Canada, Ontario and Lakes.

  • The Great Lakes -

    The Great Lakes have a total shoreline near 10,000 miles, over 350 species of fish, and provide drinking water for over 40 million people.

  • Great Lakes – Travel guide at Wikivoyage

    The Great Lakes are an important water system of North America for transportation, commerce, and recreation; they lie mostly on the border between the United States ...

  • Great Facts About the Five Great Lakes - Live Science

    The Great Lakes — Superior, Huron, Michigan, Ontario and Erie — make up the largest body of fresh water on Earth.

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