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Beaulieu River Area, Northwest Territories

Geological Survey of Canada.

Beaulieu River Area, Northwest Territories

Preliminary Report.

by Geological Survey of Canada.

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Published by s.n in S.l .
Written in English


Edition Notes

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SeriesPaper (Geological Survey of Canada) -- 39-01
ContributionsHenderson, J.F.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21906344M

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Beaulieu River Area, Northwest Territories by Geological Survey of Canada. Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Beaulieu River (/ ˈ b juː l i / BEW-lee), formerly known as the River Exe, is a small river flowing through the New Forest in the county of Hampshire in southern river is some 12 miles (19 km) long, of which the last 4 miles (6 km) are tidal. Unusually, the entire river, including its bed, is owned by Lord Montagu of Beaulieu.

The Beaulieu River rises near Lyndhurst) in the Country: England. 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 degrees Celsius (57° to 63 °F), and lows of Capital: Yellowknife.

Weather near Beaulieu River Last report from Yellowknife, N. T., km away Temperature: 2°C / 28°F Wind: km/h West/Northwest Cloud: Broken at ft Broken at ft Satellite map of Beaulieu River and it's surroudings.

It's an attractive area of transition between forest and tundra, and travel is generally easy. I also have an old copy of a trip report covering the Beaulieu River from Spencer Lake downstream, ending at Reid Lake campground on the Ingraham Trail east of Yellowknife.

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.

his is a list of rivers that are in whole or partly in the Northwest Territories, Canada. With a five Gold Anchor Beaulieu River Area, Buckler’s Hard Yacht Harbour offers a sheltered setting for fully serviced berths, more than moorings and a boat park with a slipway.

Marina redevelopment. TYHA Marina of the Year. Stay overnight from £ Annual berths & moorings. Explore our facilities. Tide times & weather. Tranquil setting. Mr. Speaker, while the Northwest Territories no longer maintains the marine system on behalf of the federal government, we still have a role to play.

We recognize the importance of a viable harbour in Hay River to the economic well-being of the community, the region and the territory. Yellowknife is the trade and mining center of Northwest Territories and is serviced by air, the Mackenzie Highway and barge traffic during the summer.

The nearest railway terminus is at Hay River km ( miles) to the south on the south shore of Great Slave by: 5. Media in category "Beaulieu River" The following files are in this category, out of total. Alder trees beaulieu river fawley 2, × 2,; MBInstance of: river. The majority of the South Nahanni River basin is within the Mackenzie Mountains of the Northwest Territories (Fig.

).The river originates in the ice fields of the Selwyn mountains, flows in a southeastern direction, and Beaulieu River Area the Great Plains just before its confluence with the Liard River, km downstream ( ).Mean monthly discharge can range from 60 to m 3 /s.

An interesting sideline to our story of Old Man Beaulieu: From "Our Metis Heritage. a portrayal," by the Metis Association of the Northwest Territories (), re Francois Beaulieu: "James Anderson, the Hudson's Bay District manager, made many trips back and forth between Fort Simpson and Portage la Loche, with the Fur : Nancy Marguerite Anderson.

A trip down the mile Keele River is a trip back through the Aboriginal history of the Northwest Territories. Dene Hunters have used the river as a travel route years. While their travel was mostly functional, yours is going to be purely recreational. Paddlers from across the world turn to the Keele for their next adventure.

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This water, which, prior toflowed north into the Northwest Territories’ Taltson River, is used to generate electricity at three hydro electric stations on the Garry/Charlot river system on the north side of Lake Athabasca.

A transmission line connects these power stations to the grid in southern Saskatchewan. Canoe North located in Hay River, Northwest Territories offers kayak and canoe rentals and sales. We can set you up for a self guided trip on a number of northern rivers and the Great Slave Lake.

We are just 40km from the source of the Mackenzie River, the ultimate paddling experience. INUVIK (Ma ) – Members of the Legislative Assembly, regional leaders and media received a first-hand view of progress on the kilometre all-weather Inuvik-Tuktoyaktuk Highway project this er of Transportation Tom Beaulieu hosted a two-day visit to construction sites near Inuvik and Tuktoyaktuk for the Speaker of the Legislative Assembly, Members of the Standing.

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The goal is to ensure sustainability of forest use. The river cruise is a great optional extra when booked in conjunction with your visit to Buckler's Hard. DISCOVER HISTORY & WILDLIFE Originally granted to the monks of Beaulieu Abbey by King John inthe rights and responsibilities of caring for the Beaulieu River later passed to the Montagu family.

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With so much water and so few people. Beaulieu River, Beaulieu, Hampshire. K likes. Welcome to the official page for Beaulieu River and Buckler's Hard Yacht Harbour. Like us to stay up to date with all the latest news from the river/5(10).

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Located on Highway 1 between Fort Providence and Jean Marie River. The Sambaa Deh Falls Park is nestled on the Trout River, the Trout River (Sambaa Deh in the Slavey language) was a traditional transportation route before and during the fur trade.

The falls forced travellers to portage around this dangerous stretch of water. Location: Northwest Territories, Northern Canada, Canada, North America Latitude: ° or 61° 56' " north Longitude: ° or ° 9' " west.

This ecoregion comprises the northern Mackenzie River Valley and areas to both the west and east of the lower Mackenzie Valley in the Northwest Territories.

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Horton Lake is not the source of the river, but it is the most common starting point for paddlers. The Horton is not a technically demanding river to paddle. Jonas Beaulieu was born at Little Buffalo River village near Fort Resolution on September 7, He was the seventh child born to Marie (Dosnoir) and Louison Beaulieu and the Grandson of Louison Dosnoir, who was Chief for a day when the Treaty party arrived in Fort Resolution for the signing of Treaty 8 on J The Beaulieu River, formerly known as the River Exe, is a small river flowing south through the New Forest.

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